Thursday, January 24, 2008

The Road to Change: South Carolina


Road to Change

The Student

Benedict College senior Joshua Stroman on why his generation is inspired by Obama.

The Barbershop

At Emerson's Barber Shop in Marion, SC, talk turns to the Iraq War and the need for real leadership.

The House Meeting

At house meetings across South Carolina, neighbors gather to talk about how to change their country.

The Trendsetter

Grace Cusack reflects on her house meeting - and how things have changed in her neighborhood - in Florence, South Carolina.

Obama Teams

Volunteers across the state assume leadership positions to get out the word about Obama.

The Civil Rights Activist

She marched for civil rights, and now Annie Bennett is standing up again: no bingo until Barack becomes president.


Ms. Winfrey joins the Obamas to address a huge crowd at the University of South Carolina's football stadium.

The Reverend

On the eve of the South Carolina primary, Rev. Randolph Scipio and Kathleen Fox talk to voters in North Charleston.

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