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|Creator:||Newman, I. DeQuincey (Isaiah DeQuincey), 1911-1985|
|Title:||Annual Report, , NAACP in South Carolina|
1965 Annual Report of the NAACP in South Carolina prepared by I. Dequincey Newman, Field Director of the NAACP South Carolina Conference of Branches. The report details progress made in South Carolina in 1965 within three aspects of the civil rights movement: voter registration, implementation of the Economic Opportunity Act, and school desegregation. Volunteers led by NAACP Task Force Workers registered over 14,000 people in South Carolina during the summer of 1965. Workers staged a march to protest the discriminatory manner in which state officials were implementing the Economic Opportunity Act, and held workshops and study groups to educate people about the Act's provisions. The report lists highlights of school desegregation activities in the state, which include the desegregation of all state colleges and universities, a suit filed to prevent the state from financially assisting private segregated schools, conferences, and the enrollment of 3,900 African-American students in previously segregated schools. The school district concerned in the Briggs v. Board of Education segregation case, Summerton School District, was also desegregated.
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Local identification number: pne65uu
|Subjects:||Current, Gloster B. (Gloster Bryant), 1913- | Mitchell, Clarence M. (Clarence Maurice), 1911-1984 | Wilkins, Roy, 1901-1981 | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. South Carolina State Conference | African Americans--Segregation--South Carolina | Voter registration--South Carolina | African Americans--Civil rights--South Carolina | United States. Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 | African American civil rights workers--South Carolina | Civil rights demonstrations--South Carolina | Segregation in education--South Carolina | Picketing--South Carolina | Discrimination in employment--South Carolina | School integration--South Carolina | African Americans--Economic conditions--South Carolina | Segregation in higher education--South Carolina | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Youth Council | South Carolina--State governments | Voter registration--Alabama | Voter registration--Mississippi | American Friends Service Committee | Corporation reports--South Carolina | Segregation in education--South Carolina--Summerton | Actions and defenses--South Carolina--Summerton | Edisto Island (S.C.) | Charleston County (S.C.) | St. George (S.C.) | Lake City (S.C.) | Florence County (S.C.) | Lancaster (S.C.) | Lancaster County (S.C.) | Ridgeville (S.C.) | Dorchester County (S.C.) | Colleton County (S.C.) | Hardeeville (S.C.) | Jasper County (S.C.) | Beaufort County (S.C.) | Barnwell (S.C.) | Barnwell County (S.C.) | Nesmith (S.C.) | Williamsburg County (S.C.) | Johnson (S.C.) | Edgefield County (S.C.) | Marion (S.C.) | Marion County (S.C.) | Orangeburg County (S.C.) | Clarendon County (S.C.) | Sumter County (S.C.) | Horry County (S.C.) | Greenville County (S.C.) | Anderson County (S.C.) | Spartanburg County (S.C.) | Chester County (S.C.) | Columbia (S.C.) | Richland County (S.C.) | Orangeburg (S.C.) | Union (S.C.) | Union County (S.C.) | Aiken (S.C.) | Aiken County (S.C.) | Frogmore (S.C.) | Frogmore County (S.C.) | Summerton (S.C.)|
|Collection:||Institution:||University of South Carolina University Libraries Digital Collections||Contributors:||University of South Carolina. Library||Online Publisher:||Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Library Digital Collections | 2008||Original Material:|
Folder: Newman, Top., NAACP, Reports, 1964, cont. - 1965, Isaiah DeQuincey Newman Papers, South Carolina Political Collections, The University of South Carolina Libraries
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Digital image copyright 2007, The University of South Carolina. All rights reserved. For more information contact South Carolina Political Collections, USC, Columbia, SC 29208.
Forms part of online collection: Isaiah De Quincey Newman (1911-1985) Papers, 1929-2003.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://digital.tcl.sc.edu/u?/idn,1294|