Jul 17 2021
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Sep 17 2021
Black Carolinians Speak: Portraits of a Pandemic E...

Black Carolinians Speak: Portraits of a Pandemic E...

Presented by South Carolina African American Heritage Commission and South Carolina Department of Archives and History at South Carolina Department of Archives and History

Black Carolinians Speak: Portraits of a Pandemic is a collection of paintings, drawings, photography, excerpts from interviews, and other expressions by African Americans in South Carolina about the impact of the Coronavirus on their lives and livelihoods. The oral history project was managed by the SC African American Heritage Commission (with assistance from the WeGOJA Foundation.)

The project is brought to you by the generous support of the 1772 Foundation, the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, SC Humanities, and the SC Dept of Archives and History.

Open every day EXCEPT SUNDAYS through Sept. 17, 2021

Painting: Communal by Jonathan Green (c) courtesy of Carl and Pat Miller Collection

Admission Info

FREE

Closed on Sundays

Dates & Times

2021/07/17 - 2021/09/17

Location Info

South Carolina Department of Archives and History

301 Parklane Road, Columbia, SC 29223