This is quite exciting for those of us working to document and tell the stories of ancestors from this time period.
"I am past words knowing that my quest has led me right back to Rev. C. A. Chick, my great uncle, and professor of economics and American History. It makes me feel good to be able to do this work of keeping the causes of our loved ones alive. "
"Joseph McGill, Jr has released the places where he will take The Slave Dwelling Project in 2013. "
"I am an Evangelist for African Ancestored Genealogy."
He was born free, but he worked his entire life as an abolitionist and then a leader during the days of Reconstruction.
However, many have this subconscious pain, and it is destroying their lives. It was never intended that they should experience the removal of their heritage, and it was never intended that they should know what it felt like to live in a place where they were not accepted wholeheartedly.
"Road Trip! Through South Carolina Civil Rights History is an interactive Web site designed to help teachers and students learn about the people, events and importance of the civil rights movement in South Carolina from the 1940s to the early 1970s." About Road Trip! Through SC Civil Rights HistoryMy favorite part of the site are the interviews with people who participated in the Civil Rights movement. This interactive website is a definite 10!
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