High school students' NAACP documetary a life-changing experience

ROCK HILL, S.C. -- Dory Stilwell and Caleb Ligon didn't expect their school assignment would make history.

On Sunday, the Rock Hill branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will present a documentary created by the Lewisville High School juniors.

For several months, Stilwell and Ligon filmed interviews with NAACP members who survived years of fighting for civil rights around Rock Hill. Using film editing equipment they got from Ligon's dad, the pair created a 20-minute DVD.

"I feel like it changed my life," said Stilwell, 17.

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