James Solomon, Henrie Monteith and Robert Anderson enroll at the Unversity of South Carolina in 1963 to become the first African-Americans to attend the school in 76 years.
James Solomon, Henrie Monteith and Robert Anderson enroll at the Unversity of South Carolina in 1963 to become the first African-Americans to attend the school in 76 years. Provided photo
James Solomon, Henrie Monteith and Robert Anderson enroll at the Unversity of South Carolina in 1963 to become the first African-Americans to attend the school in 76 years. Provided photo

3 black students integrate USC in 1963

February 13, 2016 11:30 AM

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