Documenting the Orangeburg Massacre

Bass, Jack
September 2003
Nieman Reports;Fall2003, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p8
Provides information on the book "The Orangeburg Massacre," by Jack Bass and Jack Nelson which documents the killing of three Afro-American men and the wounding of several others inside the South Carolina State College in Orangeburg on February 8, 1968. Honor given by South Carolina Governor Jim Hodges to these Afro-Americans who were victims of racism; Details on the event; Stories of survivors of the massacre.


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