VideoThe panel discusses various issues women face today, such as why it is important for women to be on the ballot, and women’s representation in our government.
Sisterhood: SC Suffragists-Moving Forward, Part 2 - The Fight For Equal Pay, and Voting
Sisterhood: SC Suffragists-Moving Forward, Part 1 - Introductions
VideoThe roles South Carolinians played in the Women’s Suffrage Movement have often gone unheralded. This program highlights the efforts of famous South Carolina suffragists, such as the Grimke sisters...
Martin Luther King Jr.
The students will learn facts on Martin Luther King Jr. and his life.
3D VR - Modjeska Monteith Simkins House | Let's Go
InteractiveBuilt between 1890 and 1895, this one-story cottage was home to Modjeska Monteith Simkins, considered "the Matriarch of Civil Rights activists of South Carolina," from 1932 until her death on April 5...
Women's Suffrage Movement, Part 2 | History In A Nutshell
VideoThe second generation of suffragists came to prominence alongside the "New Woman" movement in the early 1900's. The American Woman Suffrage Association and the National Woman Suffrage Association...
Women's Suffrage Movement, Part 1 | History In A Nutshell
VideoThe question of women's suffrage in the U.S. had been debated long before the movement's humble beginnings at the Seneca Falls convention of 1848. Part 1 of this edition on the Women's Suffrage...
3D VR - The Columbia Museum of Art | Let's Go!
InteractiveThe Columbia Museum of Art sparks powerful connections through art from around the corner and around the world in an environment that is welcoming to all. Click play to view the tour on your device
The students will be able to evaluate the outcome of the Civil War using primary documents.
Life During the Early South Carolina Textile Mill Era with Kimberly Simms Gibbs
VideoKimberly Simms Gibbs (Director of Art Education and a teaching artist/certified SC teacher for the Metropolitan Arts Council) leads viewers through a lesson on what life was like for those living in...
Penn Center, Education of Free Blacks, African Myths and Beliefs | Gullah Roots
VideoThe Penn Center, formerly the Penn School, was founded on Saint Helena Island, South Carolina, by Northern abolitionist missionaries. The school was created to educate freed people, and was one of the...