Cannon School fourth-graders Sophia Segura and Ashwika Battu look at a 22-panel exhibit, “Courage: The Carolina Story that Changed America.” The exhibit, which was brought to the school by the Cannon School parent group Cannon Cultures and the Levine Museum of the New South, tells the story of Rev. J.A. Delaine, his family and other South Carolinians who fought segregation in public schools in a case that later became known as Brown vs. Board of Education.
Cannon School fourth-graders Sophia Segura and Ashwika Battu look at a 22-panel exhibit, “Courage: The Carolina Story that Changed America.” The exhibit, which was brought to the school by the Cannon School parent group Cannon Cultures and the Levine Museum of the New South, tells the story of Rev. J.A. Delaine, his family and other South Carolinians who fought segregation in public schools in a case that later became known as Brown vs. Board of Education. CANNON SCHOOL
Cannon School fourth-graders Sophia Segura and Ashwika Battu look at a 22-panel exhibit, “Courage: The Carolina Story that Changed America.” The exhibit, which was brought to the school by the Cannon School parent group Cannon Cultures and the Levine Museum of the New South, tells the story of Rev. J.A. Delaine, his family and other South Carolinians who fought segregation in public schools in a case that later became known as Brown vs. Board of Education. CANNON SCHOOL

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February 24, 2015 07:00 AM