Civil Rights in Columbia

March 12, 2014 7:17 PM

Civil rights fight unveiled in signs on Columbia’s Main Street

New historic markers, set to be unveiled Friday will serve as reminders of a time in the city’s past when segregation ruled the day and young black students launched a movement to alter the racial landscape of the city and the South.

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