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March 2, 1961

Just two days shy of serving their full sentence, The Friendship 9 was let out of York County Prison Farm early. The reason was not because of good behavior, or that the system saw their mistake and this was an apology. Instead, they let them out early so that the press would not be able [...]

February 18, 1961

The Friendship 9, at this point, had served more than half of their time at the Prison Camp before the authorities found a reason to put them in solitary confinement. The reasons are not as clear as the newspapers said as to why they were confined, but none of the reasons were reasonable. Some newspapers [...]

February 1-2, 1961

After the ten were arrested, they spent the night in the Rock Hill jail before they were put on trial on February 1, 1961. Reverend Cecil Ivory, who was the Rock Hill representative for the NAACP, took it upon himself to get the students a well-respected African American attorney to represent them. He got one [...]

January 31, 1961

Full of nerves and anxiety, the guys kept their heads up as they passed by cop cars lining the road to downtown Rock Hill. They were on a mission, they were going to make a statement for racial equality. Grabbing picket signs and joining the other protestors, they rallied the courage before stepping into McCrory's [...]