Posted By Bill Payer on Nov 21, 2019 | 0 comments

Interesting story in the Post & Courier on two local sites of conscience.

“Two Charleston County sites with histories rooted in slavery have been accepted into an international coalition of places that connect the past and the present in thoughtful ways. 

McLeod Plantation on James Island and the Caw Caw Interpretive Center in Ravenel, both operated by Charleston County Parks, are the first historic sites in South Carolina to be included in the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, a global network of historic sites, museums and memorials.”

See the full article from the Post & Courier

A row of enslaved people’s homes at McLeod Plantation Historic Site in Charleston. File/Gavin McIntyre/Staff

Learn more about sites of conscience.

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