As the director of the College's Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston and the interim CEO of the International African American Museum, Bernard Powers is shedding light on new aspects of Black history.
The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture builds upon the foundation of its namesake the Avery Normal Institute, which served African American students from 1865 to 1954.
College of Charleston alumnus Derrick Williams made history at his alma mater last year when he became the first Black president of the Alumni Association.
More than a dozen student-athletes from the College commemorated Black History Month by reading select books to the young students at Memminger Elementary School.
CofC President Andrew T. Hsu in a message on Friday, Feb. 5, reflected on the importance of Black History Month.
In honor of Black History Month, several CofC departments, clubs, organizations and offices are sponsoring events that explore Black culture, history and contemporary issues.
College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu shared a message regarding Black History Month with the campus community on Feb. 7, 2020.
In honor of Black History Month, several College of Charleston departments, clubs, organizations and offices are sponsoring events during the month of February.
Kicking off Black History Month, “History Makers & Trailblazers” will take a closer look at the history of access, equity and inclusivity at CofC.
When she enrolled at the College of Charleston in 1969, alumna Linda Dingle Gadson was among the first women of color to attend the school.