In 1962-63 Frank Robinson at CORE, field director who lived in Sumter, organized a voter registration drive in Sumter, South Carolina. Frank had an office in which he prepared people for the literacy test. The requirements were different for Blacks and White, which led to the voting reform act.
Images of Frank Robinson soliciting people to take the literacy test, of him escorting people to the test, of would-be voters taking the literacy test and either failing or passing the test. Also includes CORE South Carolina leaders.