DocumentDr. Benjamin Mays, educator, minister, and scholar, is seen as one of the most significant figures in American history. His influence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., would cause America to change its...
Born To Rebel, Driven To Excel Learning Activity
A True Likeness Learning Activity
DocumentChoose one of the photographs featured in the documentary, A True Likeness. Analyze the photograph using the prompts from the learning activity.
Dr. Benjamin Mays | Carolina Snaps
VideoAccording to many scholars, this South Carolina native is one of the most significant figures in American history. Who is he, you ask? Let’s find out. As the son of freed sharecroppers, Dr. Benjamin...
Willis and Clara Langley, Part 2 | SC African American History Calendar
VideoHBCU, The Urban League and NAACP Willis Langley shares his experience attending a HBCU (Historically Black College and Universities). The Langley's also discuss their involvement with The Urban League...
Map a Trip in South Carolina
DocumentStudents will map out a summer vacation trip in South Carolina. They will research famous restaurants, sights to see, fun activities, etc.
Highway 81 Video - Handout Activity
DocumentAfter having students watch the From the Sky episode “Highway 81”, students can use this handout to create an itinerary for a South Carolina visitor.
From the Sky - Highway 81 Video Questions
DocumentWhile viewing the Highway 81 Garden From the Sky video, keep students engaged with these video questions.
From the Sky - From the Ruins Video Questions
DocumentWhile viewing the Ruins From the Sky video, keep students engaged with these video questions.
3D VR - Bettis Academy | Let's Go!
InteractiveEstablished in Trenton (Edgefield County) in 1881 by the Reverend Alexander Bettis, this school provided former enslaved African Americans and their children with a basic education of reading and...
Clubwomen, The Pollitzer Sisters & The Vote, Part 5 | Sisterhood: SC Suffragists
VideoSusan Pringle Frost, a mentor to the Pollitzer sisters, was the founder of the Charleston Equal Suffrage League. Anita Pollitzer went to work for that National American Women Suffrage Association...