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Historic Keith School Museum Opens Digital Hub With Free Wi-Fi, Computers (The Daniel Island News)

Denmark Technical College graduates first class at Allendale Correctional Institute (The Columbia Region Business Report)

Groundbreaking celebrates new building honoring indigenous legacy (The Post and Courier)

Minority students make up more than half of the state's public schools population (NEWS19)

Land conservation efforts taking place in Berkeley, Dorchester counties for Indigenous communities (The  Post and Courier)

South Carolina Commission for Minority Affairs holds first Minority Self-Publishing Authors Roundtable (The Daily Gamecock)

SC Commission for Minority Affairs and HUD Partner to Bring Free Workshop in Florence (WBTW)

Juneteenth now officially a holiday in Town of Lexington (WLTX)

Free webinar to address small business grant opportunities (Columbia Business Report)

The Persistence of Denmark Tech: How a Two-Year HBCU Survived Closure (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)

‘The last step.’ Bill clearing the path for NC Catawba casino construction becomes law (The State)

Denmark Tech, Commvault Partner for Internship Program (Times and Democrat)

COVID19 Action Plan for Agricultural Workers and Latinos in South Carolina (WLTX)

COVID vaccines and testing readied for arrival of farm workers to South Carolina (WLTX)

12,700 migrant workers in SC are eligible for vaccine, how will state leaders inform them? (Fox28 Savannah)

SC Commission for Minority Affairs launches COVID-19 action plan for farm workers in rural areas (Fox Carolina)

Conozca el plan de acción para trabajadores agrícolas durante la pandemia (El Informador Newspaper)

Plan de acción COVID-19 para los trabajadores agrícolas, latinos que viven en zonas rurales (WLTX)

More Than 11,000 Applications Submitted for SC CARES Act Relief Grant Programs (SC Department of Administration)

Native American Studies Center Hosts Press Conference, Panel Discussion on Columbus  (Native American Studies Center)

SCDMV: All SC drivers must pass a vision exam to renew licenses beginning on Oct. 1 (Fox Carolina)