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HBCUs in South Carolina | Carolina Snaps


South Carolina is home to 8 of the 107 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), including Claflin University, the state's oldest and one of the top HBCUs. HBCUs played a vital role in...
Joe Neal | SC African American History Calendar
Episode 8


Rev. Joseph H. Neal was born on August 31, 1950 to the late Mrs. Laverne Kohn Neal and the late Rev. C.R. Neal of Hopkins, S.C. He was the third of four children. His compassion for people at an early...
Wofford, Kate Vixon | South Carolina Public Radio


“W” is for Wofford, Kate Vixon [1894-1954]. Educator. After graduating from Winthrop College, Wofford taught at Laurens High School and served in the U.S. Navy during World War I. Returning to Laurens...
Busbee, Cyril B. | South Carolina Public Radio


"B" is for Busbee, Cyril B. (1908-2001). Educator. In his early years, Busbee was a teacher, coach, and administrator in various schools in Georgia and South Carolina. In 1943, he moved to Brookland...