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  • Rock Hill civil rights hero Brother David Boone reflects on his life

    Brother David Boone, 84, is bedridden with cancer after 66 years of fighting for racial equality and for the poor in Rock Hill, South Carolina. He wanted to tell all those he served, in decades of work with The Oratory and with St. Mary Catholic Church, that he is proud of his life's work and proud to have been able to serve all people regardless of color.

Brother David Boone, 84, is bedridden with cancer after 66 years of fighting for racial equality and for the poor in Rock Hill, South Carolina. He wanted to tell all those he served, in decades of work with The Oratory and with St. Mary Catholic Church, that he is proud of his life's work and proud to have been able to serve all people regardless of color. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Brother David Boone, 84, is bedridden with cancer after 66 years of fighting for racial equality and for the poor in Rock Hill, South Carolina. He wanted to tell all those he served, in decades of work with The Oratory and with St. Mary Catholic Church, that he is proud of his life's work and proud to have been able to serve all people regardless of color. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

SC civil rights leader on his life: ‘I wish I could have done more’

June 02, 2017 3:38 PM