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This episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Mayor Drew Laughlin of Hilton Head Island discusses the renaissance happening on the island with changes from cultural experiences to new restaurants and music venues.
My guests and I will discuss paranomal experiences in and around the Columbia, South Carolina area. My guests are both former prison guards, and one is also a retired City of Columbia, Police Officer. We will talk about personal paranomal experiences, and some of the most haunted locations for possible future research.
Tonight is your night to speak up!!! Let your voices be heard!!! Should SCSU be closed for a year or should SCSU continue to stay open to provide education to its current and future students. There is 119 years of history in one school that is being threatened. There are many great alumni that has graduated from SCSU, and many of those students was provided a chance at education when other colleges did not accept them into their 4 year universities. Join us tonight on House of Harley Talk Radio, and our Special Guests SCSU Alum Hamilton Grant, Former Board of Trustee member Dr Walter Tobin and other special guests as we discuss
- What Happened to SCSU - The Facts
- Why is SCSU is in this predicament - Who is responsible?
- How to fix the issues at SCSU
- Is closing the school a bad or good thing?
- Close for a year SCSU Agree of Disagree?
If you are an alum of SCSU, current, or future student of SCSU we would love to hear from you! If you are for closing SCSU we want to hear from you, and we ask you to be respectful to our guest and to each other. Our goal tonight is to find answers to the problem and get SCSU back on track and to give you all a chance to sound off.
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Do you have South Carolina roots? Are you aware of the history of the large slave owning community of the Old Edgefield District? What resources are available to assist you with your research?
Join the co-authors of Our Ancestors,Ours Stories, Harris Bailey, Jr., Bernice Bennett, Ellen Butler, Ethel Dailey and Vincent Sheppard for a discussion about the resources they used to find information on their ancestors.
You will find in Our Ancestors, Our Stories an historical overview of life and events in South Carolina, and particularly Edgefield, and a compilation of four unique stories depicting the discovery of the African American experience.
OUR INVOLVEMENT: From Bullying to RTI...From Arkansas to South Carolina
Opening the Vault: Hear about the cases, parents and students we have helped. Learned the strategies and techniques we have used to help students get the highest level of Quality Education that meet their needs. Opening the Vault…Next on Classroom DNA with Phyllis Austin.
Saturday March 28, 2015 @ 11 AM on www.blogtalkradio.com/phyllisaustin
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The Truth About The Lowman Family Lynchings in Aiken, South Carolina
Rennard East is a hip hop artist/ songwriter from Philadelphia, PA and one of his new passions is genealogy because he knew nothing about his ancestors when growing up. Patricia Lowman Pryor has always wondered about the truth concerning her grandmother Bertha Lowman and will share her research and discovery behind this story.
Historian Elizabeth Robeson - a leading researcher on the Lowman Family Lynchings will provide the political, and social order through which African Americans had to navigate a hostile and dangerous existence in the South. Elizabeth Robeson holds the M.Phil in American history from Columbia University where she was a fellowship doctoral candidate studying under Professor Barbara J. Fields. The Lowman Family Lynchings is the subject of her dissertation and a book manuscript in progress.
THE PBS DOCUMENTARY: HARTSVILLE
PREMIERES TUESDAY 3/17 ON PBS 8-10P ET
"HOW ONE SMALL SOUTH CAROLINA TOWN IS WINNING AGAINST POVERTY
FOR A GOOD EDUCATION"
Exploring the great work by Hartsville Elementary educators as part of the "American Graduate: Making It Happen" from The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Documentary participants /educators, Teacher Pierre Brown and Principal, Mrs. Tara King are our guests
Presented by GRYPHON HOUSE
AGRI-TALK with Duane Rigsby and Mike Thompson will feature Laura Tiu, PhD, Aquaculture Extension Specialist fromThe Ohio State University South Centers who will discuss different aspects of the Aquaculture Boot Camp March 18, 2015, at 2:00 pm. Through collaborative research and comprehensive education programs, the aquaculture program has made substantial impacts in growing the aquaculture industry in Ohio and beyond.