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The Orangeburg massacre refers to the shooting of protesters by South Carolina Highway Patrol officers in Orangeburg, South Carolina, on the South Carolina State University campus on the evening of February 8, 1968. The approximately 200 protesters had previously demonstrated against racial segregation at a local bowling alley. Three of the protesters, African-American males, were killed and 28 other protesters were injured.

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  • Le massacre d'Orangeburg fait référence aux tirs sur des manifestants par des officiers de la South Carolina Highway Patrol à Orangeburg, Caroline du Sud sur le campus de l' dans la soirée du 8 février 1968. Les quelque 200 manifestants avaient auparavant manifesté contre la ségrégation raciale dans un bowling local. Trois des manifestants, des hommes afro-américains, sont tués et 27 autres manifestants blessés. L'événement est antérieur à la fusillade de l'université d'État de Kent et à la tuerie de l'université d'État de Jackson en 1970 au cours desquelles la Garde nationale pour la première fusillade puis la police et la Highway Patrol pour la deuxième ont tué des étudiants manifestant contre l'invasion du Cambodge par les États-Unis pendant la Guerre du Viêt Nam. (fr)
  • The Orangeburg massacre refers to the shooting of protesters by South Carolina Highway Patrol officers in Orangeburg, South Carolina, on the South Carolina State University campus on the evening of February 8, 1968. The approximately 200 protesters had previously demonstrated against racial segregation at a local bowling alley. Three of the protesters, African-American males, were killed and 28 other protesters were injured. The event pre-dated the 1970 Kent State shootings and Jackson State killings, in which the Ohio National Guard at Kent State University, and police and state highway patrol at Jackson State, killed student protesters demonstrating against the Cambodian campaign during the Vietnam War. (en)
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  • the Civil Rights Movement (en)
  • in South Carolina (en)
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  • Orangeburg massacre (en)
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  • Henry Smith (en)
  • Samuel Hammond Jr. (en)
  • Delano Middleton (en)
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  • Le massacre d'Orangeburg fait référence aux tirs sur des manifestants par des officiers de la South Carolina Highway Patrol à Orangeburg, Caroline du Sud sur le campus de l' dans la soirée du 8 février 1968. Les quelque 200 manifestants avaient auparavant manifesté contre la ségrégation raciale dans un bowling local. Trois des manifestants, des hommes afro-américains, sont tués et 27 autres manifestants blessés. (fr)
  • The Orangeburg massacre refers to the shooting of protesters by South Carolina Highway Patrol officers in Orangeburg, South Carolina, on the South Carolina State University campus on the evening of February 8, 1968. The approximately 200 protesters had previously demonstrated against racial segregation at a local bowling alley. Three of the protesters, African-American males, were killed and 28 other protesters were injured. (en)
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  • Orangeburg massacre (en)
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