The Southern Patriot

The Southern Patriot

 

The Southern Patriot was a progressive southern newspaper that ran from from 1942-1973 out of South Carolina. The newspaper supported and advocated desegregation before and after the Civil Rights Movement. It covered groups like the militant-leaning Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in a favorable light. It covered the youth movements, sit-ins, and acts of civil disobedience surrounding the Civil Rights Movement and inspired activists in their endeavors. Search the Index: http://archives.valdosta.edu/research/civilrightssearch.shtml

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  • The Southern Patriot (Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc., 1973-06)
    The Southern Patriot, Vol.31, No.06, June 1973.
  • The Southern Patriot (Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc., 1965-11)
    The Southern Patriot, Vol.23, No.09, November 1965.
  • The Southern Patriot (Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc., 1966-09)
    Southern Patriot, Vol.24, no.08, September 1966 Folder 10 Scanned at patron request 20200122.
  • Unknown author (Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1968-04)
    MEMPHIS, Tenn.—This city, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated on April 4, has been living a lie—as all U.S. cities are living a lie. Memphis bills itself as “the City of Good Abode.” It crows about its ...