Associated Press Domestic News South Carolina United States BLACK AMERICANS VOTE ELECTION

BLACK AMERICANS VOTE ELECTION

Black Americans line up to receive ballots at Columbia, S.C., as members of the black community vote in a South Carolina Democratic primary for the first time since 1876 on Aug. 10, 1948. In 1944, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that blacks cannot be denied the right to vote in primary elections. (AP Photo)

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August 10, 1948 04:00:00 AM
October 30, 2002 12:56:39 PM
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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African-Americans, Primary elections, Voting rights, Elections, Government and politics, Human rights and civil liberties, Social issues, Social affairs
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES
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