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Black History Moment

Today we celebrate Thomas "Skipp" Pearson. Pearson is an internationally known jazz artist who has graced the stage with iconic performers like Otis Redding and Sam Cooke. Pearson has spent 24 years sharing his…

Black History Moment

Today we celebrate Mary Mcleod Bethune. The Mayesville native was born a child of slaves and later grew up to be an educator, humanitarian, philanthropist, and civil rights activist. Bethune is, perhaps, best known…

Good Behavior: The civility crisis

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)--Etiquette expert Pamela Eyring from the Protocol School of Washington says there is a crisis of civility and decorum pending within society. Eyring sites the seventh annual Civility in America survey, which captures the American public’s views…

Black History Moment

In today's Black History Moment we celebrate Jerome Singleton. This Columbia native is a Paralympic sprinter, and was dubbed the fastest amputee on the planet back in 2011. Singleton is also a 100…

Black History Moment

In today's Black History Moment we celebrate Althea Gibson. Gibson was an internationally known tennis player. She won Wimbledon and numerous U.S. championships even though she was not allowed to practice publicly due to…

Black History Moment

Today we celebrate Robert Purvis in our Black History Moment. Purvis was an American abolitionist born in Charleston. He was President of Underground Railroad. Purvis was of a lighter complexion and used that to…

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