Separate But Equal

Fifty years ago black and white Americans led very separate lives - separate water fountains, separate restaurants, separate restrooms, separate schools - even the cemeteries were segregated. "Separate but equal" was the law of the land.
Tony Phillips travels to the Deep South, to Summerton in South Carolina where in 1947 a preacher and a small group of African Americans initiated the most significant civil rights case in American history.

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