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    Mess Three Times and the Rise of the Dormitory System Date s May 6 1898 Location Tag s Students Mess Hall Newspaper Greenville Furman University On May 6th 1898 Mess Three published The Mess Three Times a newspaper of Furman s third residential hall for its inhabitants Within Mess Three a group of male Furman students ranging from seniors to freshmen lived and ate together The four paged newspaper of

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    The Mess Three Times and the Rise of the Dormitory System Date s May 6 1898 Location furman college way Tag s Students Mess Hall Newspaper Greenville Furman University On May 6th 1898 Mess Three published The Mess Three Times a newspaper of Furman s third residential hall for its inhabitants Within Mess Three a group of male Furman students ranging from seniors to freshmen lived and ate together The

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    were overheard along with the firemen that it could have been an intentional act This historically black high school had just been approved The Mess Three Times and the Rise of the Dormitory System Date s May 6 1898 Location furman college way Tag s Students Mess Hall Newspaper Greenville Furman University On May 6th 1898 Mess Three published The Mess Three Times a newspaper of Furman s third residential hall for its inhabitants Within Mess Three a group of male Furman students ranging from seniors to freshmen lived and ate together The four paged newspaper of the hall described the students their nicknames their origins and where they lived within Mess Three The newspaper was African Americans Find a Voice in the Post Reconstruction South Date s May 31 1889 Location ORANGE Florida Tag s Gus Henderson post reconstruction Newspaper african americans Florida On May 31st 1889 amidst the hostilities of the post Reconstruction South the first issue of the black owned Florida newspaper The Advocate was published At its head was Hannibal Square Winter Park Florida resident Gus C Henderson who acted as the paper s manager A staunch Republican Henderson began the newspaper with the goal of

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    school had just been approved by the school district trustees for renovation work that same week coincidentally the school became extinct within the same week Renovating the school became a lost cause I only say this because it was never rebuilt Greenville lost a part of its history that day because Sterling was the first public school in the city to allow the attendance of African Americans The school was built during the times where racism and segregation were legal Brown vs Board of education which outlawed legal segregation of schools wasn t even implemented at the time the school was built The demise of the school was toward the end of the civil rights movement where segregation was no longer constitutional and no longer lawful The images used in the article shows just how careless the public s Greenville s citizens attention was toward those who were affected the most the students The image only showed two firemen and two other civilians who all were Caucasian Empathy toward the black community was very lackluster throughout the entire article because there wasn t any mentioning of the Black students who were explicitly affected by this event This points out the sense of racism that was still existing in Greenville SC during 1967 The policemen s choice not to comment on the matter is another indicator of just how careless people were toward African Americans African American children were the individuals who lost the most but the newspaper never seemed to highlight this at all The black community who were affected the most were not interviewed at all for this event Racism was still prevalent during the date in which this article was published The Greenville News seems to be written for a white audience because the article only shows images

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    of Sterling High School 1967 Date s September 15 1967 to September 16 1967 Location GREENVILLE South Carolina Tag s Racism Education Newspaper On September 15 1967 the Greenville News reported a story on the burning down of Sterling High School The origin of the fire has yet to be determined The article states the policemen refused to answer any questions pertaining to the origin of the fire but they

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    of Sterling High School 1967 Date s September 15 1967 to September 16 1967 Location Tag s Racism Education Newspaper On September 15 1967 the Greenville News reported a story on the burning down of Sterling High School The origin of the fire has yet to be determined The article states the policemen refused to answer any questions pertaining to the origin of the fire but they were overheard along

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    Racism On August 19 1957 an African American couple named Bill and Daisy Myers moved their family into an all white Levittown in Bucks County Pennsylvania The Myers had three children and the house in Levittown had everything they wanted Daisy recounted it was a rancher with a third bedroom for our baby girl a garage for Bill and a yard for the children to play in However excited as she was Monroe Manifests Humanity Date s January 1905 to August 1929 Location Orange Florida Tag s US Government Munroe Kirk Seminole War Indian Racism Throughout American history racism has always had a profound effect on social development From the time that settlers arrived in the early 1700s Native Americans have been a target of racism They were forced into slavery removed from their land exploited by the United States government and forced to assimilate into US culture United States citizens and government both worked to promote racist HugoBlack s Defense of Edwin Stephenson and The Klan Agenda Date s August 11 1921 to October 11 1921 Location Jefferson Alabama Tag s Ku Klux Klan Racism Fr Coyle Anti Catholicism Nativism Birmingham AL The murder trial of Fr James Coyle in the deep south during the early twenties provided an ideal setting for the men who formed the core of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan to further disseminate their message of hate and intolerance against some of their main targets of the time immigrants and Catholics The trial transcripts particularly the closing statements delivered by the leader of the defense Southern Trees Date s August 1930 to 1940 Location New York New York Marion Indiana Tag s Strange Fruit Abel Meeropol Billie Holiday Southern Women Lynching Racism Strange Fruit is a haunting poem with verses that illustrate in

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    they were then The Lonely Wife follows Susan Morris and her daily life and loveless marriage In the majority of her four year marriage she has been left at home with her son while her husband is either working or drinking She begs him to spend time with her but in his mind giving her money and responsibility to run the house is enough As time goes by Susan is so worn by her inner demons that her physical appearance changes and she begins to encounter medical problems but the doctor only suggests that she go to her prior home and spend time in the country Her countenance cannot allow her to tell her husband the real reason she is so ill so she gradually drifts away knowing that she is not strong enough to save herself The Temperance Cause was a story submitted by the American Temperance Recorder in an attempt to advertise for the temperance movement Mary Edwards is a young woman who lives alone with her father Ever since her mother died her father has grown less and less responsible he lost his job his house and now he spends most of his time drinking One night when he arrives at his local bar there is a temperance movement speaker causing a raucous With much encouragement the stranger stands on a table and begins to sings A sweet song comes from his lips about all that he lost when he started drinking The father is so touched by the music that he rushes home to his daughter and vows to turn his life around This story appeared in the paper in the hope that one could see the power of music and of stories and would take initiative to change his lot in life The newspaper showed

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