The College's newest study abroad program involves sailing to the Caribbean on a traditional wooden tall ship to study biological and cultural diversi..
Under the direction of Bernard Powers, professor emeritus of history, the new center will examine the impact of slavery and race-related issues in Cha..
The Sustainability Literacy Institute has partnered with the Gullah Society to present an exhibit focused on social justice and fair distribution at A..
The College’s Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program recently assessed a Jim Crow era schoolhouse in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina...
African American athletes might be richly rewarded, but they still pay a price if they speak out.
Anthony Greene, associate professor of African American Studies and sociology, explains the history of Juneteenth...
The College of Charleston has joined the Universities Studying Slavery consortium, a collaboration among nearly 40 universities studying their relatio..
The Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina and the College of Charleston present a conference titled "Memory, Monuments, and Memorials." ..
Kameelah L. Martin, director of African American Studies at the College of Charleston, sheds light on the history behind Black History Month and why i..
In honor of Black History Month, several College of Charleston departments, clubs, organizations and offices will host activities and events...