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    Black Schools South Carolina Buses W H Ridgeway the 16 year old driver of the white bus sobbed in his hospital bed and told his mother over and over how sorry he was the wreck had happened The Columbia State South Carolina s largest newspaper reported this pitiful scene on January 21st 1953 under the front page headline Clarendon School Bus Crash Kills 2 The State ran no pictures of the crash but the details Fairmont s Special Classes Help Handicapped Children Date s January 14 1960 Location Robeson North Carolina Tag s Special education Children Education Most people only think of classes being extended to students who have some form of disability In 1960 however when these special education classes were just starting out they served more purposes then simply serving the disabled In 1960 schools in Fairmont North Carolina started to provide classes for children with special educational needs said The Robesonian The curriculum in the special Bertha Bülow Wendhausen and the Children of America Date s 1897 Location KINGS New York SUFFOLK Massachusetts Tag s Travel Children Bertha admired the small children in America They were very well behaved but they were too mature for their age

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    not one but two schoolhouses Knowles Public school for whites and Public School No 31 for blacks Public School No 31 had an especially good turnout with both white and black in attendance Mayor Robert White Jr and Founder of Winter Park Loring Chase came out to celebrate this moment promoting education Chase boasted that with this Teenage School bus Drivers Black and White Crash on South Carolina Highway Date s January 20 1953 Location Clarendon South Carolina Tag s African Americans Desegregation Transportation Segregation Supreme Court Children Public Schools Black History Black Schools South Carolina Buses W H Ridgeway the 16 year old driver of the white bus sobbed in his hospital bed and told his mother over and over how sorry he was the wreck had happened The Columbia State South Carolina s largest newspaper reported this pitiful scene on January 21st 1953 under the front page headline Clarendon School Bus Crash Kills 2 The State ran no pictures of the crash but the details Changes to School Regulations in North Carolina Date s September 8 1904 Location Robeson North Carolina Tag s Education Legislation Education Law Public Schools Education In September of 1904 The Robesonian published a

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    first black actor to ever appear on screen During that era African American roles were very limited to playing the Tom coon buck The negative effects of the Blaxploitation movement Date s 1970 to 1980 Location Los Angeles California Tag s Black film Blaxploitation movement Black Theater Black History On September 6 1971 Newsweek Magazine produced an article called Blacks vs Shaft In this article displeased African Americans voiced their opposition against the Blaxploitation movement saying that the films created false heroes who demeaned the black image Black film critic Clayton Riley expressed to the New York Times that the new black films portrayed a fairy tale treatment of black life African Americans and the Blaxploitation movement Date s 1970 to 1980 Location Los Angeles California Tag s Blaxploitation movement Black film Black Theater Black History In July 1971 Newsweek Magazine produced in its new movie section an article stating John Shaft private eye aspired steely black version of Sam Spade and James Bond SHAFTS BIG SCORE the sequel to last year s enormously profitable Shaft Hollywood was on a role During the late 1960 s white people were moving to the suburbs in mass numbers leaving blacks as the minority in the city Teenage School bus Drivers Black and White Crash on South Carolina Highway Date s January 20 1953 Location Clarendon South Carolina Tag s African Americans Desegregation Transportation Segregation Supreme Court Children Public Schools Black History Black Schools South Carolina Buses W H Ridgeway the 16 year old driver of the white bus sobbed in his hospital bed and told his mother over and over how sorry he was the wreck had happened The Columbia State South Carolina s largest newspaper reported this pitiful scene on January 21st 1953 under the front page headline Clarendon School Bus

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    out to celebrate this moment promoting education Chase boasted that with this Teenage School bus Drivers Black and White Crash on South Carolina Highway Date s January 20 1953 Location Clarendon South Carolina Tag s African Americans Desegregation Transportation Segregation Supreme Court Children Public Schools Black History Black Schools South Carolina Buses W H Ridgeway the 16 year old driver of the white bus sobbed in his hospital bed and told his mother over and over how sorry he was the wreck had happened The Columbia State South Carolina s largest newspaper reported this pitiful scene on January 21st 1953 under the front page headline Clarendon School Bus Crash Kills 2 The State ran no pictures of the crash but the details African American Schools Date s 1865 to 1890 Location ORANGE Florida Tag s African American Black Schools In the spring of 1865 slavery successfully ended in the United States when the Confederate army surrendered All slaves in the Confederacy were freed by the Emancipation Proclamation set by Abraham Lincoln in 1863 which said that slaves in Confederate held areas were free Slaves in the border states and Union controlled parts of the South were freed on December 6

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    the death of Willie Lemon an 18 year old bus driver involved in a head on collision on the highway near Jordan South Carolina on January 20 1953 Vital information is recorded on Lemon He was occupied as a school bus driver He is listed as an unmarried colored male from Manning South Carolina with no social security number His Teenage School bus Drivers Black and White Crash on South Carolina Highway Date s January 20 1953 Location Clarendon South Carolina Tag s African Americans Desegregation Transportation Segregation Supreme Court Children Public Schools Black History Black Schools South Carolina Buses W H Ridgeway the 16 year old driver of the white bus sobbed in his hospital bed and told his mother over and over how sorry he was the wreck had happened The Columbia State South Carolina s largest newspaper reported this pitiful scene on January 21st 1953 under the front page headline Clarendon School Bus Crash Kills 2 The State ran no pictures of the crash but the details A Walk With God Date s December 1 1955 to December 20 1956 Location Montgomery Alabama Tag s Government African Americans Civil Rights Buses On February 23 1956 more than

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    in Head On Collision At Work Date s January 20 1953 Location Clarendon South Carolina Tag s Clarendon County workplace safety highway safety Buses African Americans South Carolina The certificate kept by the Clarendon Memorial Hospital records the death of Willie Lemon an 18 year old bus driver involved in a head on collision on the highway near Jordan South Carolina on January 20 1953 Vital information is recorded on

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    in the field of toxicology and occupational diseases issued an article discussing her rejection of the previous 1924 Bureau of Mines Report The 1924 Bureau of Mines Report stated that tetraethyl lead was safe for gasoline Hamilton argued that the report Bus Driver Age 18 Killed in Head On Collision At Work Date s January 20 1953 Location Clarendon South Carolina Tag s Clarendon County workplace safety highway safety Buses

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    of true community was the direct source of the Pullman Strike an event which left many Americans intrigued by the violent strikers and their unrest This unrest may not have seemed so distant if the mill villages were not broken from their paternalistic roots Enhanced industrial and vocational educational support was necessary in order to present the children of these villages with the same opportunities as those that did not live there James R Barrett stated that Greenville workers weighted the prospects for their own and their children s hopes and deliverance The state asserted that more skilled workers should be employed in various crafts not just the domination of potential employees in cotton mills At the time there were no programs or aid that addressed these issues Parker became known for his involvement with the YMCA and the employee programs instituted at the Monaghan mill The vocational opportunities the state of South Carolina could have provided at the time would have increased the residents earning capacity and made them more efficient This could have been achieved with additional night classes nursery kindergartens and more teachers necessary to tend to the large class sizes Qualified nurses would also have been of great use as they would not just relieve sickness but could have started health clubs and made house visits The workers were the poorest of the white demographic in the state In order to come work in the mills they left their homes friends and family They were stuck with limited economic mobility and while some variables present in normal communities were present in the mill villages the churches schools and doctors were substandard It was extremely upsetting that the peoples of these villages were viewed as an inferior people evidenced by the neglect shown towards them According to

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