Jean Hoefer Toal Room 2 Hours

Meeting Space - 2 hours

  • 2 hours
  • 100 US dollars

Service Description

Upstairs meeting space, table that seats 6, 4 additional chairs, wet bar, coffee and water, fiber internet, wi-fi enabled tv, 2 hours. Members use your coupon code for half price. About Jean On March 7, 1961, Jean Hoefer sat in a packed courtroom to watch attorneys Matthew J. Perry, Jr., Lincoln C. Jenkins, Jr. and Donald Sampson defend eight black demonstrators, including James Edwards, Jr., against a charge of breach of the peace. Five days prior, these eight college and high school students were among 190 individuals, including 187 black students, arrested as they peacefully paraded through the South Carolina State House grounds in groups of 15 to 25 people and sang patriotic and religious hymns. Although only a senior in high school, Hoefer was already part of an interfaith, biracial coalition which placed her “right there shoulder to shoulder with some of the very few white Southern young people who supported civil rights activities.”

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