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With library books in tow, 8 Black teens changed Greenville, S.C., 60 years ago

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With library books in tow, 8 Black teens changed Greenville, S.C., 60 years agoThree members of the Greenville 8 recall how they desegregated the city library system in 1960, sparking wider desegregation throughout the Upstate.
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