Charleston's International African American Museum has a new curator, Joy Bivins from the Chicago History Museum, who will pick the stories that will be told there.
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History Fair at Magnolia Plantation
As state lawmakers made their final budget decisions this week, they declined to approve a $5 million sum for Charleston's planned International African American Museum.
On Tuesday, Charleston City Council will consider formally apologizing for the city’s role in the slave trade and for supporting slavery. Some dispute that it’s necessary, while others say the city should focus on policies that address today’s racial inequities.
Charleston's International African American Museum is getting support from a major bank that's undergoing an identity change in South Carolina.
Eight of Charleston's statues and markers soon will come to life, at least for people holding smart phones.
Legislators canceled this week's special session, almost guaranteeing South Carolina's fiscal year will start July 1 without a state budget. State government won't shut down. But legislators will again be down to the wire for a fiscal year still six weeks away.
Chipping away at the final $2 million for the International African American Museum in Charleston, a big insurance company has added $100,000 …
Charleston's newest condominium development, The Gadsden, drips with references to history.
Charleston philanthropist and business leader Ben Navarro, who reportedly wants to buy the Carolina Panthers, has pledged $250,000 for the Int…