IRMO – Lexington-Richland School District Five has named a new director of personnel for the district. Dr. Reggie Wicker, a seasoned educator andMore
After holding office for 23 years, Columbia City Councilman Sam Davis announced Wednesday that he will not be seeking re-election. Davis isMore
Why We Can’t Wait In 2018 upon the founding of the Gullah Geechee Chamber of Commerce, we understood economic uplift of ourMore
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Nearly 100 businesses in South Carolina announced Monday they want the state to join 47 other states across the U.S. and pass a hate crime law. The proposal to allow harsher penalties for killings, assaults, stalking, vandalism and other crimes motivated by hatred for someone’s race, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, or disability has
By: Gayneté Jones Experian’s 2019 Consumer Debt Study shows the total consumer debt in the U.S. is at roughly $14.1 trillion, with Americans holding an average personal debt of around $90,000. With these numbers showing no signs of slowing down, coming up with a creative solution to tackle debt isRead More
The South Carolina Education Association (The SCEA) invites you to join winners of the Read Across South Carolina Art Contest, special guests,Continue Reading
COLUMBIA, S.C. (Feb. 16, 2021) — This week, the University of South Carolina’s (UofSC) Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) BatemanContinue Reading
(Greenwood, SC) – A dream ten years in the making, NFL Pro Bowl cornerback and humanitarian Joshua R. Norman has partnered withContinue Reading
The South Carolina Commission for Minority Affairs (SCCMA) will celebrate Black History Month with a video spotlight series recognizing partners and community leadersContinue Reading
Rap tycoon. Business mogul. Entrepreneur. The media may use a variety of terms to describe Atlanta-based rapper Jeezy, but his own definitionMore
An increasing number of other states, have now ordered many small businesses–including restaurants and bars–to close for the foreseeable future. That comes after the CDCMore
With the current economic uncertainty in the country coupled with a growing aging population, more thoughtful considerations are being made by home builders and owners regarding design features that allow aging andWatch Now
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.