Shocking 50-year-old photos from SC’s bloodiest Civil Rights protest
On February 8, 1968, police opened fire on a group of civil rights protesters outside of South Carolina State University in Orangeburg. Three people died and many more were injured, making the event one of the deadliest in the SC Civil Rights Move
Thousands of people in Columbia, SC gathered at the State House during the nationwide March For Our Lives protest rally that took place on March 24, 2018, featuring numerous signs and talks on gun control and school safety.
Marchers are making their way from Selma, Ala. to Washington D.C. to rally for swift action on criminal justice reform.The marchers reached South Carolina over the weekend and stopped for a rally at the Statehouse where the National NAACP Presiden
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