Brown v. School District No.20
Brown v. School District No.20

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The month of February in the South Carolina African American History Calendar features the case of Brown v. School District No. 20, Charleston, SC. This lesson explores the issues of the case, the...

Celebrating a Hometown Hero: A'ja Wilson
Celebrating a Hometown Hero: A'ja Wilson

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To commemorate the January honoree of the South Carolina African American History Calendar, this lesson highlights and celebrates the accomplishments of the Hometown Hero A'ja Wilson.

Civil Rights Spotlight: Leola Clement Robinson
Civil Rights Spotlight: Leola Clement Robinson

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In recognition of June's Honoree for the 2024 South Carolina African American History Calendar, Leola Clement Robinson, students will discover the contributions and impact she made to the Cvil Rights...

Making a mark on History
Making a mark on History

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Students will determine the importance of historical markers as well as how they help to preserve our history.

Memorializing A'ja Wilson
Memorializing A'ja Wilson

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In celebration of being chosen as the January honoree for the 2024 South Carolina African American History Calendar, this lesson explores the accomplishments and contributions of A'ja Wilson and how...

Preserving Our History
Preserving Our History

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In recognition of March's Honoree for the 2024 South Carolina African American History Calendar, Jackie J. Whitmore, students will become historians, conducting research on their family genealogy or...

What is a Bill?
What is a Bill?

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This lesson celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of April's 2024 nominee of the SC African American Calendar, John L. Scott, Jr. Students will also learn how a bill becomes a law.