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Black History All Year Long: Focus on Women Series Wraps up on October 21st



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The four-part discussion series Black History All Year Long: Focus on Women will hold its series finale on October 21st. “Final Resting Places,” the last 90-minute discussion, will be held virtually via Zoom starting at 6 pm, courtesy of Charleston County Parks.

This fourth conversation of the Black History Month series will focus on Black burial spaces, which have become a public policy issue nationwide. Remains are being disinterred, discovered, and disregarded, and in other cases, burial sites are overgrown and nearly inaccessible. Attendees of this virtual session will take a video tour of local burial spaces and then hear from leading voices, all women, who have experience with this topic. The discussion will cover burial spaces in the state of South Carolina, what’s happening nationwide, and share specific things that the public can do to support this very important community initiative.

The four-part discussion series debuted during Black History Month, with each event featuring a historical overview, special guest, and moderated discussion, ending with a question and answer session.

The program is held from 6 pm to 7:30 pm and is free of charge. However, space is limited and advance registration is required. Registration is available at this link or Registered participants will be emailed a Zoom link prior to the start of the program.

For more information on these and other programs offered by Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission, visit or call 843-795-4386.

The mission of CCPRC is to improve the quality of life in Charleston County by offering a diverse system of park facilities, programs and services. The large park system features over 11,000 acres of property and includes six regional parks, three beach parks, four seasonally-lifeguarded beach areas, three dog parks, two landmark fishing piers, three waterparks, a historic plantation site, a skate park, an aquatic center, 19 boat landings, a climbing wall, a challenge course, an interpretive center, an equestrian center, cottages, a campground, a marina, as well as wedding, meeting and event facilities. The park system also offers a wide variety of recreational services – festivals, camps, classes, programs, and more. For more information, call 843-795-4386, visit or download the Charleston County Parks mobile app.

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