McLeod Plantation on James Island and Caw Caw Interpretive Center in Ravenel have been recognized as “Sites of Conscience”, a designation from the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience. The international coalition acknowledges places that confront their history and what happened at the site. Source: Charleston Currents

The mayoral runoff is today between Mayor John Tecklenburg and Councilman Mike Seekings. Other runoffs include in City Council District 3, where Councilman James Lewis will try to keep his seat against challenger Jason Sakran. Source: City Paper  [content-1]
Speaking at Grace Church on Monday night, former national security adviser Susan Rice said that the country’s greatest threat is the division on issues of race, gay rights, immigration, and guns. Source: P&C

Due to four fatal shootings between mid-June and October, 2019 is on track to be the second deadliest year in a decade for Charleston’s East Side neighborhood. The spike in homicides comes after steady drops in the homicide rate and leads residents to believe the responsibilities lies with people coming from outside communities. Source: P&C

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