In our ongoing commitment to educate all segments of the community about the often-overlooked black history in the Midlands and throughout South Carolina, we present a special two-part episode of Beyond February. In this installment, we explore the rich history and enduring legacy of the Pine Grove Rosenwald School, located in northwest Richland County. In this insightful profile segment, we had the privilege of sitting down with Brenda McGriff, the Manager of the school, to discuss its rich history, restoration, and the exciting new mission it embraces.

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Beyond February Description: Beyond February is a captivating video series that goes beyond the confines of Black History Month, delving deep into the lesser-known stories of black history in the Midlands and throughout South Carolina. Join us on an enlightening journey as we shine a spotlight on the remarkable individuals, significant locations, and pivotal events that have shaped and empowered African-American communities in this region and beyond. In this thought-provoking series, we uncover hidden narratives that have had a profound impact on the Midlands, shedding light on the untold stories that deserve recognition and celebration. From unsung heroes to transformative landmarks, each episode of Beyond February uncovers the rich tapestry of black history in South Carolina, revealing the resilience, creativity, and strength of the African-American community.

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Share your stories with us. Are you aware of a hidden gem of African-American history in the Midlands or anywhere across South Carolina? We believe that every untold story deserves to be shared and celebrated on Beyond February. If you have knowledge of a little-known piece of African-American history that you believe would make a compelling episode for Beyond February, we invite you to take part in our mission. Share your insights with us by sending an email to info@theminorityeye.com or leaving a detailed message at 803-619-3752.

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