Welcome to the new digital South Carolina Black History Bugle! This online magazine was designed just for you! Within this site, you will find a wealth of information about South Carolina Black History, which is American history. In other words, Black History is everyone’s history! My team and I have put together a site that uses primary sources to make learning Social Studies interactive and fun! While your teachers will cover some of this material in the classroom, you can browse the site and complete many of the activities on your own or with family and friends. A new feature is the South Carolina Black History Bugle Blog which allows you respond to what you have learned, what you like most about the online magazine, and what other topics you would like to see covered in the Bugle.
I hope you enjoy the new and improved South Carolina Black History Bugle!
Until next time, keep reading, writing, and dreaming!
Note to Educators:
The South Carolina Black History Bugle is a publication of the South Carolina Department of Education developed by the Avery Institute of Afro-American History and Culture using the 2011 Social Studies Standards and Indicators. Each page will highlight the standards that align with the topic.
Meet the Development Team: