The Comet, Community Partners Launch Tribute Honoring Civil Rights Icon

(Eastover, SC) – The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (The COMET), along with Columbia SC 63, Historic Columbia, Richland Library and Midlands area municipalities launched a tribute honoring local civil rights icon, Sarah Mae Flemming this morning at the Richland Library Eastover Branch, in The COMET’s new Park and Ride area. Attendees were directed to

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How one man fought South Carolina Democrats to end whites-only primaries – and why that matters now


By: Bobby J. Donaldson Curated from: theconversation.com A rusting chain-link fence represents a “color line” for the dead in Columbia, South Carolina. In Randolph Cemetery, separated by the barrier from the well-manicured lawn of the neighboring white graveyard, lies the remains of George A. Elmore. A black business owner and civil rights activist, Elmore is

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My Conversation with Cale Carter II, African American Military History Enthusiast


The MinorityVoice Podcast · My Conversation with Cale Carter II African American Military History Enthusiast On this episode of The MinorityVoice, we talk with Cale Carter II, African American Military History Enthusiast about African Americans’ historic contributions to our current Memorial Day holiday and the role of black soldiers throughout history. You can listen to


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