Events & Happenings Around The Midlands This Weekend
Sharon Sanders is a Digital Engagement Strategist and a Curator of information at The MinorityEye and the President of Clairvoyant, LLC which specializes in strategic communications and multimedia services. She has a B.A. in Psychology from Argosy University and she specializes in “Online Consumer Psychology.” Sharon provides companies with research and insight into the processes underlying consumer behavior in online environments…
Don’t Call Me Brother” which has its SC premiere at the WOW Performing Arts Center March 15-31st. On Sunday, March 18th the show will include a post-show panel with Richland County Sherrif’s Department.
This March and April, EngenuitySC and Richland County School District One are excited to announce the expansion of the annual “Dress to Impress” student business etiquette showcase from one to four high schools, quadrupling the impact of the program. Formerly named “Dress for Success” and launched at Lower Richland High School in 2014, the showcase […]
Myers holds a Bachelors of Art Degree in Social Work and a Masters Degree in Social Work Administration from Florida State University. She is married to Brigadier General (Ret) Ralph Bailey and they have four adult children. The Baileys are members of First Nazareth Baptist Church in Columbia, SC and active in several civic and community initiatives in Columbia and Forest Acres. Myers is a 46-year Silver Star and Life member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
“When you seek divine guidance be prepared for the answer.” These are words spoken by Karen Alexander known to many as Auntie Karen, founder of The Auntie Karen Foundation when she took time to speak with The MinorityEye last week. Founded in 2001 the foundation’s primary goals are to enlighten, empower, and educate youth via […]
“If the door is opened for a constitutional convention, last amended in 1895 to systematically disenfranchise African-Americans, I plan to introduce the subject of reparations for the descendants of slaves who built this state providing free labor,” Kimpson tweeted.