Tag: Civil Rights
South Carolina Black Press Institute honors legacy...
By Téa Smith | Mar 31, 2022
Generations of South Carolinians could benefit fro...
By Kaitlyn McCue | Feb 22, 2022
$1.5 million donation to expand South Carolina civ...
By Kaitlyn McCue | Feb 16, 2022
Artist stitches civil rights history into quilts a...
By Ashley Dale Henslee | Nov 12, 2019
Project documents civil rights, one photo at a tim...
By Mary Ramsey | Mar 22, 2019
Isaac Woodard: A forgotten story that changed history
by Allen Marcus Harter | Feb 13, 2019
Seventy-three years after a brutal racially-charged attack, a small Midlands town reconciles with its past.Read More
“Justice for All” provides intimate glimpse into S.C. civil rights
by Jenna Schiferl | Feb 7, 2019
A program for an event hosted by the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in Dillon is on display at a new...Read More
New lease for old building with ties to a racist past
by Larissa Oakley | Nov 28, 2018
A former theater in Laurens that housed the Redneck Shop, a store devoted to white supremacy, may soon become a community center.Read More
Keeping the legacy of baseball’s “second man” alive
by Michael Stewart | Apr 20, 2018
Larry Doby was the second African-American player in MLB history but his story has been neglected nationally. One Camden museum is trying to honor his heritage as a groundbreaking pioneer of racial integration in professional sports.Read More
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