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News and events happening in the Palmetto State and around the nation. To post an event send an email notice to, Attn: News and Events. All events are vetted and are posted at the discretion of the organization. 
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  • March 14, 2019 9:46 AM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)

    Join the African American Civil War Museum and Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture in exploring how time has shaped public memory of the American Civil War and how it is displayed in monuments.

    This five-day workshop highlights the racial underpinnings of the Lost Cause and demonstrates effective history teaching strategies. Activities are designed to meet teachers' personal and professional enrichment needs. Deadline to Apply: 5:00pm EDT, March 29.

    Target Audience: Educators of middle and high school level social studies, history, or humanities. This workshop would also be beneficial for educators of English/Language Arts.

    Program Fees and Resources: The fee is $200 per person (plus credit card handling fees) and goes to support program resources. MORE INFO/REGISTER

  • March 14, 2019 9:45 AM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)

    Hosted by the Center for the Education and Equity of African American Students (CEEAAS), their monthly roundtable will duscuss with Dr. Nancy Tolson the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards for children’s Literature. Thursday, April 18, at the University of South Carolina, Child Development Center, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM, 1530 Wheat St, Columbia, SC 29208. RESERVE A SPOT

  • March 14, 2019 9:44 AM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)
    Teaching The Past In The Future: Holocaust Education And The Civil Rights Era In The Age of Social Media And New Technologies, A Centropa Teachers’ Seminar, University of South Carolina, 13-14 April 2019. 

    SCCSS is delighted to invite you and your colleagues to Centropa's upcoming teachers’ seminar in Columbia, April 13-14, a seminar like no other, as participants will learn from and get to know eight visitors from Germany (specifically, Bavaria), who will be joining Centropa USA for a week-long visit to Columbia, Charleston, and Charlotte, NC.

    Explore the question: can we effectively compare the Nuremberg laws and Jim Crow laws when teaching students? FLYER

    Registration fee: $25 ~ Deadline for applying: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, Register here.

  • March 14, 2019 9:43 AM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)

    On behalf of the Woodland High School JROTC Program, the Low Country JROTC Scholarship and College Fair will be hosted at Woodland High School featuring Pace Scholarship Academy, Saturday, April 6, 2019, 9:15 AM – 2:00 PM.

    This event is open to the public. Register Today! This is a direct opportunity for all JROTC 9th through 12th grade cadets/students and their parents to meet with college and university admissions counselors and scholarship organizations to discuss what they look for in potential recipients. Some admissions counselors will do on-the-spot acceptance to their college/university. There will be breakout sessions on scholarship essay writing, interview skills, improving ACT/SAT and ASVAB scores and much more! Laptops, printers and a $500 scholarship will be donated by Pace Scholarship AcademyFLYER

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  • March 14, 2019 9:43 AM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)

    "The Long Afterlife of Brown v. Board" will feature Dr. Millicent Brown and Ms. Caroll Turpin, both of whom desegregated South Carolina public schools as children in the 1960s. We invite you, your colleagues, and students to attend this panel, which will be held on Wednesday, March 27 at 6:00 pm in Alumni Hall (Randolph Hall) with a reception beginning at 5:30 pm. We hope to see you there!

    Sponsored by: Department of History, School of Education, Office of the Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, African American Studies Program, Women's and Gender Studies Program, Southern Studies Program, and First Year Experience..

  • March 14, 2019 9:42 AM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)
    Study Help for AP Gov and APUSH Students. The Bill of Rights Institute has been helping U.S. History and Government teachers and their students to succeed for twenty years, and part of our mission is to develop resources and programs to educate young people about our nation’s history and founding principles. MORE INFO.
  • March 14, 2019 9:41 AM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)
    The University of South Carolina College of Arts and Sciences, African American Studies and the Walker Institute presents, “Historical Criticism, Grass-Roots Empowerment, and the Pedagogy of Black Consciousness in Cuba” with Dr. Geoffroy de Laforcade, Professor of Latin American and Caribbean History at Norfolk State University, Virginia. Monday, March 18 at Noon, Gambrell Hall, Rm 431.  FLYER

  • March 14, 2019 9:40 AM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)

    Marshall: Movie with Discussion, March 17In 1940, Thurgood Marshall is an NAACP lawyer traveling the country defending people of color who are wrongly accused of crimes because of racial prejudice. A discussion of the movie MARSHALL featuring South Carolina naive, Chadwick Boseman, will be led by Dr. Bobby Donaldson, Director of the Center for Civil Rights History and Research USC, Columbia, SC 63. Sunday, March 17 at the Richland County Main Library, 1431 Assembly St., Columbia, SC 29201, 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. EVENT

  • October 18, 2018 12:05 PM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)

    CHRONIC 2018 - Carolinas Human Rights Network Conference, October 19-20

    Senator Bernie Sanders is expected to present on Saturday morning. The conference is FREE, please register to attend. 

    • Friday, October 19, Lourie Center 1650 Park Circle, Columbia, SC 29201

    • Saturday, October 20, Koger Center for the Arts, 1051 Greene Street, Columbia, SC 29201

    • More information
    • Register
  • October 18, 2018 12:05 PM | Urica Floyd (Administrator)
    Forum: “Freedom Isn’t Free,” October 27      

    Historic Mitchelville Anniversary Forum:
    “Freedom Isn’t Free,” October 27 at The Westin Hotel on Hilton Head Island from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm. REGISTER

    Mitchelville’s significance in American history is profound. It represents the first African American self-governed town in the United States.

    Confirmed speakers include Civil Rights legends/activists: Dr. Cleveland Sellers " Orangeburg Massacre", Minnijean Brown Trickey from the “Little Rock Nine”. Representative Mark Sanford, Congressman James Clyburn and Dr. Brent Morris, USCB.

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