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TOUR REFLECT The truthful acknowledgment of African American contributions to these United States of America since its founding, which is still in limbo or in denial compared to the racism that is wide spread throughout this country for the sake of its southern heritage, in step with keeping it a tradition? We break down the other Charleston and the stereo typical mind set of the institution of slavery in this country or shall I say in the Low Country Charles Towne. History is not always pleasant, repeating and/or burying history is disgraceful.
Unfortunately, we rarely take the time to honor and understand our past.... From the moment he met us at the welcome center to the end of the tour he had our full attention.
Come experience “The Other Charleston” as a walking tour.
Frankly Charleston Black History Tours and Sightseeing offers a historical stroll through the antebellum section of the 5th ward of colonial Charles Town (now known as Wraggborough). First time in Charleston so I had to take a tour to learn more about this amazing city.
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We are a family that wants to share with the tourist of Charleston, SC the African American History of this great Holy City.
Over the past several months the Element team has been tuning and testing the app, and now it is finally ready for launch in Charleston. When a potential date expresses interest, users can connect and get to know each other before deciding to attend an event together.
Element will also be featuring curated events for which users can express interest and see who else has expressed interest, and connect from there.
I have been to Charleston a couple of times but have never done any of the tours because...
My wife and I went on the Charleston Black History Tour with Franklin Williams yesterday. We did the other tour and then did Franklin's tour. Went over a month ago and this walking tour remains the most memorable part of our visit. About 25 years ago in New Orleans, I went on a SLAVE plantation tour.