Andrew Dys

August 20, 2014 5:01 PM

Rock Hill civil rights icons troubled by Ferguson police shooting, protests

As police in front of tanks point guns at protesters in a place nobody ever heard of until a week ago, Clarence Graham – who, as one of the Friendship Nine, protested segregation in Rock Hill in the 1960s – is so upset that he is almost to the point of going out there himself.

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