South Carolina African American History Calendar

Current and past SC African America History Calendar honorees are categorized by topics.

Grades 3-12

The South Carolina African American History Calendar is a 12-month calendar that profiles individuals from across the state who have had a positive, compelling impact on South Carolina and, often, across the country.

What is a Bill?
What is a Bill?

Lesson

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.

What Makes a Good Citizen?
What Makes a Good Citizen?

Lesson

This lesson celebrates Dr. Lonnie Randolph, the July nominee of the South Carolina African American History calendar. Students will also discuss what it means to be a good citizen.

You be the judge!
You be the judge!

Lesson

Students will learn about the role of a judge in government and explore the qualities necessary to be a good judge.

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