By Sophia Dembling
For a historian, it doesn’t get much better than stumbling on a hitherto unexplored corner of history. For a budding historian -- even better yet.
It happened to Rebekah Dobrasko while she was pursuing a master’s degree in public history at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. She even coined a phrase to describe her rediscovery: equalization schools, or schools built in the 1950s for African-American children in a last-ditch effort to stave off integration in the south.... Read More →
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