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FREDERICK DOUGLASS: Prophet of Freedom. By David W. Blight. Simon & Schuster. 764 pages. $37.50.
There’s been considerable recent debate on The Post and Courier’s Opinion pages about the John C. Calhoun statue in Charleston’s Marion Square
Students at the College of Charleston plan to walk out of class Friday to protest a video allegedly showing students from the public school joking about slavery.
As a local and longtime Lowcountry resident, I’m as guilty as the next of not appreciating all the historical parts of Charleston that attract…
A downtown lot purchased as a potential location for the Charleston School of Law may be on the track to become one of the largest hotels on the peninsula.
The series of photo illustrations is called “Linked.” He meant to make just one or two. Quashie’s made 11 so far. And he’s not done.
"The main takeaway is that the city of Charleston did not function without the enslaved on the peninsula. They did not just live on the plantations, and that is what we’re trying to get out there."
Charleston's International African American Museum has lined up a $500,000 donation from the developer of a nearby property.