Literature in Prison

The Literature in Prison program took place from January – July 2016 at the Broad River Correctional Institute in Columbia. Fifteen inmates participated in the monthly reading and discussion opportunity, experiencing classic works of literature such as Of Mice and Men, The Odyssey, and Othello. South Carolina Humanities supported this program with a Fast Track … Read more Literature in Prison

Literacy Programming at the Children’s Museum of South Carolina

The Children’s Museum of South Carolina in Myrtle Beach will implement a new literacy program targeting low-income families with young children. The program will run from July 13 – August 5, 2016. South Carolina Humanities supported this program with a Fast Track Literary Grant in May 2016. Through the Children’s Museum of South Carolina’s new … Read more Literacy Programming at the Children’s Museum of South Carolina

Columbia Jewish Heritage Initiative – Walking/Driving Tour

Historic Columbia is offering a new self-guided walking/driving tour brochure exploring 34 points of interest in Columbia’s Jewish heritage. Sponsored by Central Carolina Community Foundation, City of Columbia, and SC Humanities, the brochure is also available digitally as a mobile-friendly web-based tour and webpage containing even more information about the history of the Jewish community in … Read more Columbia Jewish Heritage Initiative – Walking/Driving Tour