Warren Moise is an
Award Winning Lawyer, Musician, and Author
…of the new book, ‘The Class of ’71: A Tale of Desegregation in Gamecock City’
The Class of '71: A Tale of Desegregation in Gamecock City
When the Class of ’71 began first grade as young children in 1959, they lived in a totally segregated society. Except for some few prior student transfers and with limited other exceptions, the black and white members of the Class of ’71 had never met, played together, gone to church with one another, eaten food at the same lunch counters, or swum together in the same pools. All of that would change on the first day of their senior year.
South Carolina Bar Interview
I was honored to be interviewed in the South Carolina Bar on my new book, ‘The Class of ‘71: A Tale of Desegregation in Gamecock City’.
Charleston Class-of-’71 Book Signing Event
We had a wonderful Charleston Class-of-’71 book-signing event last night with a good crowd of people from around across the Low Country and up into the mid-state.
A review by Wesley “Rusty” Moore
My college roommate and later housemate Warren Moise has written an extraordinary account of the desegregation of Sumter High School in 1971. He’s given me
New upcoming book signing
On July 7, 2021, there will be a booksigning at the Elephant Ear Gallery in Gamecock City. The address is 672 Bultman Drive, Sumter, South
New signing event for Class of ’71 Book
Books and Barbeque on June 24, 2021 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM at the world famous Barbecue Hut in Gamecock City. The address is
Book Event: May 20, 2021
Please join us at the Poinsett Club, 807 East Washington Street in Greenville, South Carolina 29601 on May 20, 2021 from 6 PM until a