October 20, 2017 RSS feed / Society

The Continuing Scourge of Sexual Harrassment

I wish I could stop writing about sexual harassment. I really do. But 26 years after the televised Anita Hill hearings that electrified the nation, the scourge of sexual harassment in the workplace continues, seemingly unabated. More...

A Writer’s Legacy Lives On

Almost everyone has made a list or jotted a few reminders, hoping to remember whatever is most important. Writers, especially, often collect or compose their favorite tips for success. More...

Church Women United of Columbia honor those who have contributed to equality and social justice

The Church Women United of Columbia recently recognized 15 individuals and one organization in the Midlands for their contributions to equality and social justice. More...

Girls Like Jenny

Until I did my student teaching, I didn’t know girls like Jenny Latham* existed. More...

Mary Ann Talley Dorn

Mrs. Mary Ann Dorn passed away Monday, October 16, 2017, after a long battle with multiple myeloma. Her cancers were caused by being down wind of the Nevada Nuclear testing site as a child. More...

USC Chapter NSDAR members learn about Marquis de Lafayette from acclaimed historian

USC Chapter, NSDAR, met October 11 for a program about Marquis de Lafayette and his contribution to the American Revolution presented by Alexai Helsey.  More...