Remembering the historic waves of resistance on Tybee Island
More than 60 years ago, Black students participated in a series of wade-ins at a whites-only beach near Savannah, Georgia. The so-called wade-ins would eventually lead to the desegregation at what is now the state’s largest public beach.
Benjamin Payne of Georgia Public Broadcasting reports.
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