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Many Rivers to Cross in Charlotte

WTVI in Charlotte, North Carolina has produced three short videos to accompany The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross. The videos profile Dorothy Counts, the Levine Museum of the New South, and Johnson C. Smith University.

Integrating Charlotte’s Public School System


WTVI profiles Dorothy Counts-Scoggins, one of the first students to integrate Charlotte’s public schools.

Levine Museum of the New South


Tom Hanchett, Staff Historian at the Levine Museum of the New South, shares information about the museum, including a tour of the award-winning exhibit “Cottonfields to Skyscrapers: Re-inventing Charlotte & The Carolina Piedmont in the New South.”

Johnson C. Smith University, Historically Black College


WTVI shares the history of Johnson C. Smith University, a historically black college in Charlotte, North Carolina

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