S.C. History

South Carolina's historical events, people and places. Content has been curated to meet South Carolina Social Studies Standards.
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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...

Student Protests | The World of Cecil -Shorts

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Learn about the pivotal role students and community leaders in Orangeburg, SC played in the struggle for civil rights. The Civil Rights Movement expanded across the state, including significant sit...
Clemson Integration | The World of Cecil -Shorts

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Harvey Gantt’s arrival at Clemson University in 1963 officially marked the end of segregation at the university. Equipped with his camera, Cecil Williams was there to capture that historic moment.
Briggs v. Elliot Case | The World of Cecil -Shorts

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Learn about the Briggs v. Elliott court case - The first in history to challenge segregation in public education. Joseph DeLaine, Levi Pearson, and Harry Briggs all played pivotal roles in this...
Memorializing A'ja Wilson
Memorializing A'ja Wilson

Lesson

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...