Correspondence from Bernice V. Robinson, VISTA Supervisor and Chairman, to Reverend John W. Heyward, District Superintendent, regarding possible funding through the Fund for Reconciliation for a Day Care Center in Kingstree, S.C.
Correspondence from Murray B. Hudson to Marsha Montz regarding statistics on the leading causes of death in Williamsburg County for 1969 with enclosed statistical tabulation of the aforementioned information.
Memorandum from Courtney Siceloff, Equal Opportunity Specialist for the Southern Regional Office of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to South Carolina SAC Members with attached draft of the report entitled, "A Case Study of School Desegregation: Williamsburg School District, South Carolina."
This interview with Mrs. Arlonial DeLaine Bradford details many of her experiences growing up and raising children during integration in the south. As the niece of civil rights icon, Reverend Joseph A. DeLaine, Mrs. Bradford gives firsthand and intimate accounts of his successes and struggles throughout the school desegregation movement. Mrs. Bradford also explores her children's experience being the first to integrate Anderson Elementary in Kingstree, South Carolina. The interview was done in conjunction with the "Somebody Had To Do It" project which is designed as a multi-disciplinary study to identify, locate, interview and acknowledge African American "first children" who desegregated America's schools.