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July 2024 on KnowItAll.org: The Learning Continues All Summer Long on KnowItAll.org

July 2024 on KnowItAll.org: The Learning Contiunes All Summer Long on KnowItAll.org

If you’ve got the time, we’ve got the destinations!

  • Our virtual tours, videos, interactives, and 3D VRs are great for enlightening you on many subjects—and keeping your brain engaged while your body takes a well-deserved time out! And you still get to see lots of places without leaving the comfort of your favorite chair!
  • Check out our Series and Collections to continue your summer explorations!

SERIES

Our Series take you to destinations all over South Carolina and beyond!

They are there for the picking! Find something you haven't explored - yet! It may become your favorite!

*View the full list by visiting the SERIES page. 

 

COLLECTIONS

Our Collections make it easy to continue your travels – while focusing on topics that interest you!

Collections by Activity 

Collections by Topic 

 

DATES AND RESOURCES FOR YOUR CALENDAR

Be sure to visit our July Factoids for dates and resources!

July 1 – Canada Day

 

July  4 – Independence Day

      Wars & Conflicts Collection

Learn the individual stories of men and women who were involved in major events leading up to, during and after The War for Independence (1775-1783).

 

July 10

  • On July 10, 2015, the Confederate flag was removed from the grounds of the S.C. State House

View our SC Confederate Flag – SC History Collection.

 

July 20 – National Moon Day

 

July 21 - National Ice Cream Day

 

July 30 – Day Against Trafficking in Persons

 

July 30 – International Day of Friendship

A group of nine African American young men who were sent to jail after staging a sit-in at a segregated McCrory's lunch counter in Rock Hill, South Carolina in 1961.

Documentary pays tribute to the “Friendship Nine,” a group of college students who were arrested for a lunch counter sit-in in Rock Hill, SC in 1961. Instead of paying bail (as was the norm with all previous sit-ins), they served 30 days of hard labor, making the city pay to house, feed & clothe them, thus turning the tables & drying up a dubious revenue stream. This movement caught on nationally, changing the entire sit-in strategy. The program was the centerpiece of 50th anniversary events, and still has legs today. It included extensive television, educational and community outreach initiatives.

 

 

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The Learning Continues All Summer Long on Knowitall.org!