- Civil rights films from USC's moving image research collections
- Report on Charleston civil rights protests--outtakes
- Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina. Moving Image Research Collections
- Date of Original:
- Charleston (S.C.)--Race relations
South Carolina--Social conditions
- United States, South Carolina, Charleston County, 32.74917, -79.94202
United States, South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston, 32.77657, -79.93092
- motion pictures (visual works)
- Reporter Lee Reuf delivering report on situation. Reuf discusses past "six weeks of racial protest." Sunday, June 9, 1963, marked the beginning of six weeks of racial protests. Racial tensions in city are high. Ten-point integration plan, calls for formation of biracial committee, better jobs, and desegregation of hotels, motels, and restaurants. State Troopers were sent in to patrol city after a brick-throwing incident. Reuf relays reports that clashes have only occurred between demonstrators and police. White Charlestonians concerned about settling differences and resent demands, saying black and white people have lived and worked side by side for years. Night marches called off.
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- Additional Rights Information:
- Copyright University of South Carolina. All rights reserved.
- Film: 16mm. Sound. B&W. Reversal: positive. 1.37:1 (Academy). Sound. Acetate.
- Original Collection:
- Civil Rights Films from Moving Image Research Collections
- Contributing Institution:
- University of South Carolina. South Carolina Political Collections
University of South Carolina. Moving Image Research Collections