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AP Photo-A painting of U.S. District Judge Waites Waring, one of three federal judges to hear a key school desegregation case from Clarendon County, S.C., in 1951, hangs in the […]

AP Photo-A painting of U.S. District Judge Waites Waring, one of three federal judges to hear a key school desegregation case from Clarendon County, S.C., in 1951, hangs in the courtroom where the case was heard in the federal courthouse in Charleston, S.C., on April 3, 2014. Waring was the first judge to write an opinion that separate schools are not equal schools since separate but equal became the law of the land in the late 1800s. A statue of Waring is being dedicated outside the courthouse on April 11, 2014. Photo/Bruce Smith

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