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Library Archives For Avery Research Center

Monday, Jan. 25 at 7:00pm, Thaddeus Street Jr. Education Center, 25 St. Philip Street, Room 118. Film Screening of America Street – Introduction and Q&A session with Director Travis Pearson. Free and open … Read More

TOMORROW! Public Discussion: “Moving from Crisis to Action: A Public Health Approach to Reducing Gun Violence,” Mother Emanuel AME Church, Charleston, SC, Dec. 4th, 9:00 am-7:30 pm Co-sponsored by the … Read More

Brown Bag Series: “Somebody Had To Do It: First Children in School Desegregation,” Millicent Brown, PhD, Somebody Had To Do It Project Director and Independent Scholar, Avery Research Center, Dec … Read More

Avery Brown Bag Series: “I’ll Find a Way or Make One: Two Black Artists in 1920s Charleston,” Mae Whitlock Gentry, Journalist, Avery Research Center, Nov 13, 12-1:15 pm Born in … Read More

Avery Brown Bag Series: “Education: The Fabric of My Life,” Marlene Linton O’Bryant-Seabrook, PhD, Educator, Lecturer, Fiber Artist, iPad Artist, Avery Research Center, Nov 12, 12-1:15 pm In this presentation, … Read More

Ernest Just Prize Lecture: “Adventures and Misadventures in Understanding the Racial Disparities in the Risk of Stroke,” George Howard, PhD, University of Alabama-Birmingham, Avery Research Center, 6:00 pm Co-sponsored by … Read More

Brown Bag Series: “Unsung Heroes: Now It’s Our Turn,” Cleo Scott Brown, Speaker, Author, Race Relations Strategist, Avery Research Center, October 7, 12-1:15 pm Before the infamous march in Selma, … Read More

Lecture: “William and Ellen Craft: The Georgia Fugitives after Slavery,” Barbara McCaskill, PhD, University of Georgia, Avery Research Center, McKinley-Washington Auditorium, Sept 9, 6 pm In 1848, William and Ellen … Read More

Join the College’s Race and Social Justice Initiative for “Ties That Bind Two Holy Cities: Reflections in Charleston by Survivors of the 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing,” Burke High School Auditorium, … Read More

Google will award a grant to the Avery Research Center in the amount of $125,000. The College of Charleston Foundation will establish an education initiative on race and social justice … Read More