Former state senator Glover speaks at Calhoun High

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ST. MATTHEWS, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina's first African-American woman elected to the state senate is speaking at Calhoun County High School.

The Times and Democrat reports (http://bit.ly/1iAgxnc ) Glover's speech marking Women's History Month is Sunday. It is sponsored by The Jewels Coalition, a group dedicated to social and political issues. Tickets are $20 for the event.

Glover was elected to the senate in 1993 and was a member of the House of Representative from 1989 to 1992.

Born in Florence, she graduated from Fayetteville State University and got a Master's in education from Francis Marion College.

As a lawmaker, Glover was an advocate for the poor, elderly, women and children. She worked to remove the Confederate flag from the Statehouse dome.

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hootie said on Sunday, Mar 30 at 2:25 PM

Thank God her time in SC Senate has gone...how taking down the confederate flag helped the elderly, women, children, poor ESCAPES me. Again good bye bye 2st AA female SC senate....who's up next?

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