'We got to make sure these stories are told': Restoration board of Clarendon’s 1st Black school conducts phase 2, talks end goal of renovations

Posted 2/22/24

History doesn't only exist within the pages of a book.

Living history, the most impressionable kind of history, is closely intertwined with the lives of residents within the community. As those standing monuments slowly lose their shape and the …

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