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Unearthing Treasures: Tracing Your African American Ancestors at the South Carolina Historical Society

Unearthing Treasures: Tracing Your African American Ancestors at the South Carolina Historical Society On Saturday, November 9, the South Carolina Historical Society will partner with Lowcountry Africana to host a day-long introductory seminar on tracing African American ancestry in South … Continue reading

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FILM SCREENING of Gideon’s Army, followed by discussion with Victoria Middleton and Susan Dunn, ACLU of South Carolina, Avery Research Center, Nov. 7, 6:00 pm

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Join us for a film screening and Q&A with Director Julie Dash Tuesday, October 22 from 4:00-6:45pm in Maybank Hall room 103.

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Congratulations Senator Elect Marlon Kimpson!

  State Sen.-elect Marlon Kimpson credited many people for his landslide win Tuesday — his wife and family, his campaign staff, advisers and volunteers, Democratic leaders — and tea party Republicans in Congress. Marlon Kimpson   Age: 44 Education: Morehouse … Continue reading

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Breaking the Line!

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“Misconceptions & Realities of Contemporary Black America,” with Dr. Greene (Oct. 9)

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Don’t Forget!!!!

The MOJA Arts Festival Parade will begin on Thursday September 26 at 5:30.  It will begin at Marion Square, head down King Street, turning on Market Street and end at the Custom House on East Bay Street.

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Artist Jonathan Green stirs up new look at Lowcountry’s rice past!

Artist Jonathan Green — the pride of Gardens Corner — has turned his wild palette to something so common in the Lowcountry, its significance has all but disappeared. Green is splashing his colorful imagination on white rice. His new series … Continue reading

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More than 270 come out for annual NAACP banquet

More than 270 people attended the 65th annual Craven County Branch NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet Saturday at the Flame Banquet Center in New Bern. The event was hosted by the Rev. Armandez Crawford and Johnny “Koolout” Starks of KISS-102. The … Continue reading

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Congratulations Lucille S. Whipper!

  Lucille S. Whipper, iconic stateswoman, educator and Charleston civic pillar, has been named the 2013 recipient of the Marjorie Amos-Frazier Pacesetter Award for lasting civic and humanitarian contributions. Montez C. Martin, Jr., award selection chairman, made the announcement today … Continue reading

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