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"Black men: Do you want to get out of the situation that you're in? What is the reluctance for taking responsibility for improving our community? Are your children better or worse off as a result of your involvement?"
--from the Question Bridge trailer
In Freedom and Justice, photographer Cecil Williams offers an eyewitness account of the legally segregated South of the 1950s. His moving photographs show people risking their lives to confront segregation and racism. He writes, "growing up colored in the Deep South in the fifties meant reaching adolescence in... More
Beat the heat! Join us every third Thursday evening, June through August, at 7:00 p.m. in Film and Sound for our free summer concert series. Jazz ambassador, Skipp Pearson, will kick off the series with a performance in observance of... More
Peg Leg Bates was a world famous dancer from Fountain Head, SC. He appeared 15 times on the Ed Sullivan Show and danced twice for the King and Queen of England. What set him apart from other tap... More