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T. Lilly Little Water | Women Vision SC

By Linda O'Bryon

T. Lilly Little WaterCEO of the SC Indian Affairs Commission T. Lilly Little Water began her life’s passion of advocating for Indigenous People at age seventeen. “It’s something intangible and inexplicable that drives me. It feels like there are also a 1000 ancestors in my heart that are constantly giving me a nudge in this way or that way. They always give me direction.” That direction has led T. Lilly Little Water to 30 years of conducting social justice campaigns for Native Americans. She is CEO of the SC Indian Affairs Commission, where she organized the Indigenous Women’s Alliance Committee. She has also...

Global Diversification Matters to Your Money

By Alfred Turner

South Carolina Business Review logoEven with the recent volatility in the US stock market recently, we have still outperformed other countries’ markets over the past several years. Our next guest says this is leading some investors to question the value of investing internationally. Mike Switzer interviews Bryan Ballentine, a certified financial planner in Greenville, SC .

Upstate Company Awarded for Enhanced Learning Technology

By Alfred Turner

Phillip BishopLast year, our next guest’s company was highlighted on this program for their assistance in the progress being made at Clemson University’s Center for Automotive Research in Greenville, SC, in particular the student-run Deep Orange project. The company was then recognized for their efforts in this area of “augmented reality” with the 2019 InnoVision Award for Technology Integration. Mike Switzer interviews Phillip Riddle, president and CEO of SeeDaten in Duncan, SC.

The Scoop | Connections between New York and South Carolina?

By Andrew Davis

Dizzy GillespieA viewer by the name of Annette Geraghty posed a question to South Carolina ETV: "Are there any connections between the states of New York and South Carolina?" At first glance, it would appear that the two states vastly differ from one another. However, after doing some research, New York and South Carolina do indeed share some connections, and have even influenced one another throughout our country's history. South Carolina ETV found three ways in which New York and South Carolina connect with one another: 1. History and Tourism New York and South Carolina were among the oldest colonies here...

A Timeframe for the Return to Economic Prosperity

By Alfred Turner

South Carolina Business Review logoOur state and national economies have slowly begun to re-open after months of dealing with the global pandemic. When can we expect to see the level of economic activity return to its pre-virus state? Mike Switzer interviews Frank Hefner, Director Office of Economic Analysis and Professor of Economics at the College of Charleston .

Chester Prays for Unity, Healing Amid Violence

By Scott Morgan

protestersChester County Sheriff Max Dorsey doesn’t want his county to make the news because it’s on fire. “I don’t want [Chester] to look like burning buildings,” he said. “I want the world to see Chester as unified.” To show the type of unity as the example Dorsey wants to set, he and Chester Mayor Wanda Stringfellow put together a prayer vigil in Cestrian Square Monday night. Around 200 community leaders, including ministers, teachers, students, and administrators from the county school district and government offices, as well as representatives from county and municipal law enforcement offices,...

A Big Dragonfly

By Alfred Turner

A Big DragonflyThe Swamp Darner is one of the largest Dragonflies found in South Carolina.

Rock Hill Marches for George Floyd, May Get Citizens Review

By Scott Morgan

200e6428-3ecc-4a25-8775-0b67b3b84e37On Saturday morning, about 1,000 residents of all ages and races gathered in Rock Hill’s Fountain Park to protest the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in the custody of four police officers in Minneapolis, Minn. Floyd’s death sparked protests in cities across the U.S. over the past week, calling for racial justice and an end to what protesters say is a history of police abuse and mistreatment of black citizens. While some protests have turned violent, including one in Charlotte Friday afternoon, the Rock Hill march was one conceived in peace as a way to bring attention to the...

Top 10 “Let’s Go!” Virtual Reality sites you can visit right now!

By Andrew Davis

“Let’s Go!” enables visitors to view historic S.C. sites, anytime, anywhere!South Carolina ETV’s Telly Award-winning virtual reality series “Let’s Go!” brings a collection of unique and fascinating sites throughout the state to the convenience of your computer and/or smart device! So, what are the top 10 “Let’s Go!” sites in South Carolina? Join us as we count down the most popular virtual reality tours you can visit right now! Comment and share your favorite destination! #LetsGoVirtual Kicking off our list at the No. 10 spot is the Catawba Reservation Cultural Center and Museum . The Catawba Cultural Center, located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, provides an overview...

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