ETV Presents “The Education of Harvey Gantt” Documentary
On January 28, 1963 a young black man named Harvey Gantt enrolled at Clemson College, becoming the first African American accepted to a white school in South Carolina. A new ETV documentary, The Education of Harvey Gantt, chronicles this pivotal story of desegregation in the South.
Don't miss Carolina Stories, The Education of Harvey Gantt on February 7 at 8:00 p.m. on ETV, featuring interviews with Mr. Gantt, distinguished scholars and civil rights veterans, archival footage and carefully designed reenactments. View the preview.
Walter Edgar's Journal also featured the story on February 1, 2013. Listen as Dr. Edgar talks about the events of January 1963 with Dr. Vernon Burton, Professor of History at Clemson University; Dr. Bobby Donaldson, Associat Professor of History and African American Studies at USC; and Mr. Harvey Gantt.
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