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(FULL) Civil Rights & EHS History

  • Open to All Grades

Service Description

Learn about the research conducted by history faculty and students regarding the different voices of those who experienced integration in the past fifty years. The oral interviews and archives research offer a nuanced and complex picture of the process of integration and how the school was shaped by different generations of students and faculty. Dive into the school archives regarding the southern culture of Episcopal during the years of the Civil Rights Movement.​ Students examined school culture portrayed in The Chronicle and Whispers that revealed consistent discussions on campus regarding civil rights bolstered by visits from activists like Virginius Dabney '17, and Hodding Carter, Armistead Boothe '24.

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