Congressman Mfume and Senator Cardin Introduce Bill to Establish National Council on African American History and Culture 

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Kweisi Mfume (MD-07) and Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) announced the introduction of the National Council on African American History and Culture Act of 2022 in the United States House of Representatives and Senate. This legislation would create a 12-person National Council on African American History and Culture to educate, preserve and celebrate Black history and culture.

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University of South Carolina Employees Call on the University to do More to Address Poverty Wages

(Columbia, SC) – In 2021, United Campus Workers of South Carolina launched a campaign to raise the minimum wage across the University of South Carolina system to $15 an hour. The University Administration just approved and announced a plan following last week’s Board of Trustees meeting to raise the minimum wage to $14 an hour

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Celeste Purdie earns designation in global real estate network

Celeste Purdie, local real estate agent at Marchant Real Estate, has earned the Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation, placing her among 3,500 elite real estate professionals in over 45 countries. The designation was awarded to her by the National Association of REALTORS® for completing rigorous coursework devoted to learning international real

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A Conversation with Kevin E. Wimberly and Dr. Shaun Owens About Universal Living Design

On this episode of The MinorityVoice, we talk with Kevin E. Wimberly of SC Uplift Community Outreach and Dr. Shaun Owens of Suite 65, LLC to discuss the home building technique and benefits of building or modifying a home to meet Universal Living Design certifications.


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