"Julian Wiles's acclaimed play chronicles this courageous journey of the historic Briggs v. Elliott desegregation case from rural Clarendon County, South Carolina to the halls of the United States Supreme Court."
Following "The Seat of Justice", historians and professors exchange their thoughts about the play and its significance to present day race relations and education in South Carolina and throughout the U.S. The discussion is moderated by Dr. Bernard Powers of the College of Charleston (left). Panel includes Dr. Marcus Cox from the Citadel, Reverend Joseph A. Darby, Dr. Jon Hale of the College of Charleston.
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