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Open Air Brevard – New for the summer! This summer we are pleased to offer you Open Air Brevard, music recorded in performance at the renowned Brevard Music Center. Classical Stations: Wed, 7 - 9 pm.

The scene outside Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Sunday, June 21, 2015
Linda O'Bryon

A History of "Mother Emanuel" and the Black Church in South Carolina

--- All stations: Fri, Jul 10, 12 pm | News Stations: Sun, Jul 12, 4 pm --- The shooting deaths of nine members of Charleston’s Emanuel A.M.E. Church in June shocked the nation. However, the history of “Mother Emanuel,” and, indeed, the black church in South Carolina, is one of repression and resistance, spiritual succor and political action, as well as education and aspiration. Dr. Bobby Donaldson of the University of South Carolina and Dr. Jon N. Hale of the College of Charleston talk with Walter Edgar about this history.
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