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- Isaiah DeQuincey Newman, (1911-1985), Papers, 1929-2003
- Sermon criticizing discriminatory practices in government
- Newman, I. DeQuincey (Isaiah DeQuincey), 1911-1985
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- Newman, I. DeQuincey (Isaiah DeQuincey), 1911-1985--Sermons
Sermons, American--20th century
Sermons, American--African American authors
Race relations--Religious aspects
South Carolina--Race relations
Discrimination in municipal services--South Carolina
Discrimination in public accommodations--South Carolina
Discrimination in education--South Carolina
Discrimination in juvenile justice administration--South Carolina
Municipal officials and employees--Salaries, etc.--South Carolina
State governments--Officials and employees--Salaries, etc.
Civil rights--South Carolina
- United States, South Carolina, 34.00043, -81.00009
- One page typewritten sermon that criticizes racial discrimination; the sermon points out city failures in juvenile detention and municipal sanitation, as well as discrimination in city schools and recreational facilities. The sermon asserts that discrimination cannot be blamed solely on economic conditions when there are public officials who are extravagantly compensated.The sermon then emphasizes the importance of exercising the rights of citizenship.
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- Rights Holder:
- Digital image copyright 2008, The University of South Carolina. All rights reserved. For more information contact South Carolina Political Collections, USC, Columbia, SC 29208.
- Original Collection:
- Folder: Newman, Sermons, n.d. f.1, Isaiah DeQuincey Newman Papers, South Carolina Political Collections, The University of South Carolina Libraries
- Contributing Institution:
- University of South Carolina. South Carolina Political Collections