The 17th annual Black History Parade and Festival kicked off in Columbia Saturday.
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To close out Black History Month, the Orangeburg County School District is hosting their first annual Martin Luther King Jr. Oratory Competition next week.
You’re invited to “She Rocks” this weekend, honoring Black women in our history.
Black Queens Matter is holding a brunch this Saturday at Mimsy’s Restaurant in Columbia.
You can enjoy music, dance, food and more at the Black History Heritage Ball later this month.
Next Tuesday, the first African American Poet Laureate of Charleston will be the keynote speaker of the Induction of Scholars into the Benedict College Honors Program.
Those who are in positions of leadership thank those that came before them who pioneered the way for African-Americans in the military.
The governor was joined by presidents of the state’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities for the ceremonial bill signing at the Statehouse today.
Two recent studies say that Black students carry on average $25,000 more debt than their white peers, and Black women carry more debt than any other racial group.
Tomorrow, the director of Black Lives Matter SC will meet with students at Benedict College to talk about the status of African Americans in the Palmetto State.