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“I Believe Anita Hill!” goes virtual in 2020

Since 1991, thousands of women (and supportive men) from all over South Carolina have attended the now iconic “I Believe Anita Hill!” annual celebration in Columbia. It’s fun, it’s important, it’s a great networking opportunity, and it’s the longest-running event in the nation honoring Professor Hill for her courage in shining a light, through her …

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Women’s Suffrage: The Next 100 Years

Although the 19th amendment was ratified 100 years ago, it was only the first step in ensuring women’s right to vote. A century later, SCETV hosted a discussion with South Carolina women about the past, present, and future of women’s suffrage. While the 19th amendment codified women’s right to vote in 1920, South Carolina did not ratify …

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Action Needed Immediately: Census Counting to End Early

It was abruptly announced this week that the Census Bureau will cut short critical door-knocking efforts for the 2020 census in September, not October as previously announced. “It’s going to be impossible to complete the count in time,” said one of the bureau employees, an area manager who oversees local census offices. “I’m very fearful …

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