Recently a number of us were lucky enough to attend an interview at SCETV with Post and Courier reporters Glenn Smith, Jennifer Berry Hawes and Natalie Caula Hauff, who won the Pulitzer Prize for their outstanding work on the series “Till Death Do Us Part.” Doug Pardue, who also won the award, was unable to join his colleagues.

The discussion about what led these diligent journalists to investigate South Carolina’s troubling history of ignoring such a widespread problem was insightful and inspiring.

I applaud the remarkable work done by the S.C. Humanities Council for sponsoring ETV’s efforts to publicize The Post and Courier’s excellent investigative journalism, and I encourage more people to get involved in their efforts as well as to watch the ETV series about Charleston’s extraordinary reporters.

Anne W. Cleveland

Executive Director

Charleston Library Society

King Street