50th Anniversary of USC Desegregation

James Solomon, Henrie Monteith, and Robert Anderson arrived at the University of South Carolina on September 11th, 1963 to register for classes and to help usher in a new era of desegregated higher education in South Carolina. On September 11th, 2013, James Solomon and Henrie Monteith Treadwell returned to the USC campus to remember the major steps they took fifty years ago.

Looking back on how far American education has come, there was also reflection on how far we still need to go. The event received a large amount of attention with several news sources covering the event:


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