Civil Rights in Columbia

February 27, 2013 4:51 PM

Bolton: Martin, Columbia’s Booker T. Washington High helped students excel in ’50s, ’60s

THE LATE Thomas S. Martin’s name has echoed in my mind as I’ve read The State’s stories and letters to the editor and heard conversation around town about Columbia’s commemoration of 1963 and the beginning of the end of segregation.

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