Jail, No Bail: How 30 Days Impacted the Civil Rights Movement captures the unique role their protest played in the 1960s civil rights movement. Later dubbed the Friendship Nine because most were students at nearby Friendship College, this group of men bravely joined with national activists to protest segregation and oppression prevalent in Rock Hill and throughout the United States. Through original letters, newspaper articles, images, and video, this exhibition tells the story of a group of individuals who together, altered the course of civil rights.
Tuesday - Friday 10am - 4pm
Saturday - Sunday 11am - 4pm