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January 18, 2018
RT @SCETV: DOUBLE EPISODE: LIVE AT THE CHARLESTON MUSIC HALL Edwin McCain performs at 10pm, Sam Bush at 10:30 pm. Host Mark Bryan, in a n…
New show tonight at 7:30 on @SCETV. Civil rights journalist from Rock Hill, the settlement of Jamestown, and technology at Allen University.
RT @GavinJackson: The S.C. Senate and House will not meet today or hold meetings, due to inclement weather. But you can watch a recap of We…
January 17, 2018
RT @GavinJackson: TWISc: In Session Jan. 17, 2018
Welcome to a brief Jan. 17 edition of This Week in South Carolina: In Session, your daily recap of the legislative session.
Winter weather in the Upstate prompted: Gov. Henry McMaster to postpone his State of the State speech a week, the Senate and House from convening today, and canceled more than a dozen meetings. One important meeting, however, did prevail and that was the House Utility Ratepayer Protection Committee that received four hours of testimony from Dominion Energy CEO Thomas Farrell. Farrell was before a similar committee in the Senate on Tuesday regarding the $14.6 billion merger with SCANA.
January 16, 2018
RT @SCEMD: There are already some delays and closings for government offices. Visit our website for more details.
RT @GavinJackson: TWISC: In Session Jan. 16, 2018
RT @shu2833: Dr. Bobby Donaldson @USC introducing #TTWAR #HBCURising @SCETV #accessfreely at RCPL
RT @shu2833: #FortitudeFoundation is @SCETV’s partner for tonight’s #TTWAR #HBCURising screening at Richland Library North Main …
Live discussion of Tell Them We Are Rising screening event #hbcurising
Welcome to the Jan. 16 edition of This Week in South Carolina: In Session, your daily recap of the legislative session.
Senators took up last year’s gubernatorial budget vetoes today and unanimously approved $20.5 million in funding for new school buses in the state. Dominion Energy’s CEO answered questions before a Senate committee regarding the proposed $14.6 billion merger with SCANA and one senator chastised President Donald Trump for his reported derogatory comments last week.
Let’s get you up to speed on this and other stories from the State House today.
South Carolina State University, Claflin University and SCETV will host a preview screening of the feature documentary Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities at SC State University's Barbara A. Vaughn Recital Hall. Multiple Emmy award-winning and National Humanities Medalist documentarian Stanley Nelson will be part of a special discussion with other distinguished guests. The screening event includes a reception and Q&A session with the filmmaker.
This event is free, but requires a ticket. Follow the Eventbrite link to get your ticket to the event.
Be sure to TWEET and share PHOTOS of the event by tagging #HBCURising. Follow us at @HBCURising on Twitter and Instagram.
A haven for Black intellectuals, artists and revolutionaries—and path of promise toward the American dream—Black colleges and universities have educated the architects of freedom movements and cultivated leaders in every field. They have been unapologetically Black for 150 years. For the first time ever, their story is told. Directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson, Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities examines the impact HBCUs have had on American history, culture, and national identity.
Funding/support for this program is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting as part of a public media initiative American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen. Tell Them We Are Rising premieres on Independent Lens on PBS Monday, FEBRUARY 19, 9pm ET/8C
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