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January 2018 on Knowitall

January 5, 2018 - Posted in Education by Mimi Wortham-Brown
Images from Knowitall for January 2018

This month, Knowitall features resources for Martin Luther King Day and African American History Month. Our Holocaust Remembrance Collection provides resources for International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Throughout January, please be sure to visit What’s New on Knowitall and Knowitall Factoids, where each date brings a resource you may not have thought to look for—here on Knowitall


For Martin Luther King Day, observed on Monday, January 15, we invite you to explore our Martin Luther King Collection, including:

Andrew Young on the Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Beaufort County – Penn School Virtual Tour

Beaufort County – The Green

Benjamin Mays – S.C. Hall of Fame

Charleston County – Centenary United Methodist Virtual Tour

Colored Water Fountain| Periscope

Coretta Scott King – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History

Greenwood County – Dr. Benjamin Mays Birthplace Virtual Tour

King at Penn Center – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History

Land: Penn Center - A Natural State

Leading the Struggle – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History

Mahatma Gandhi | Periscope

March on Washington | Crowd on the Mall | Periscope

March on Washingon | Periscope

March on Washington – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History

Marian Wright Edelman – S.C. Hall of Fame

Martin Luther King with President Lyndon Johnson | Periscope

Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) – Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebrated at the State House – Palmetto Scene

Martin Luther king, Jr. Day Legislation | Periscope

Orangeburg County – Trinity United Methodist Church Virtual Tour

Orangeburg Massacre, Part 4 – The Big Picture

Penn Center: A Legacy, Part 2 – Social Injustice

Policemen & Federal Marshals | Periscope

Road Trip Upstate, Stop 3: Key Leadership

Rosa Parks | Periscope

Ruby Bridges (1960)

Ruby Bridges Today | Periscope

Septima Cl;ark – S.C. Hall of Fame

Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles | Periscope

Why the Penn Center? Road Trip Through S.C. Civil Rights History



For Holocaust Remembrance Day, observed on Saturday, January 27, we share these resources for remembrance:

Seared Souls: South Carolina Voices of the Holocaust

Trace the events of the Holocaust through the testimony of survivors who settled in South Carolina. Interviews are combined with dramatic archival footage for a powerful and moving record of the inhumanity that was experienced during the Holocaust.

South Carolina Voices: Lessons from the Holocaust

Full interviews with South Carolinians who survived the Holocaust and those who liberated the concentration camps or witnessed the atrocities that took place. 




We can’t let you go without reminding you to view our new resources—now available on Knowitall!

Updated Series & New Interactives


New Series Added


Additions to Existing Series


New Video Added


New Audio Added from SC Public Radio



And throughout the month, be sure to visit Knowitall Factoids for resources you may not have thought to look forhere on Knowitall!



Knowitall's African American History Collection provides these resources—all in one place! Plan now to use them for African American History Month.


African American History Month | Periscope

Civil Rights Youth Media Summit

Civil Rights Movement

Family Across the Sea


Mary McLeod Bethune (Idella Bodie's S.C. Women)

Modjeska Simkins (Idella Bodie's S.C. Women)

​Road Trip! Through South Carolina's Civil Rights History

S.C African American History Calendar

Tuskegee Airmen



Briggs v. Elliott

Friendship Nine



Noted African Americans

Orangeburg Massacre

Penn Center

Slavery n South Carolina

Sweetgrass Basketmakers



As always, we welcome your comments and questions! We would love to hear from YOU!

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