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American Broadcasting School

2843 East 51st Street
Tulsa, OK 74105

General Phone: 918-293-9100
Financial Aid Phone: 918-293-9100
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BellSouth unveils the 2006 SC African-American History Calendar - WIS

Following are the 2006 African-American History Calendar honorees: Augusta Baker introduced children to literature through dramatic storytelling. Baker, named No. 6 on the list of the 100 most important library figures in our nation’s history, was storyteller in residence at the University of South Carolina before her death. Currently, the University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science is raising $3 million to endow the Augusta Baker Chair in Childhood Literacy. It will be the first chair at USC named for an African-American woman. Joe Brown decided to run for office after 31 years in education. Today, Rep. Brown is the dean of black state-lawmakers. He is the longest-serving black lawmaker in South Carolina’s history and currently the only African American committee chairman in the General Assembly. Ruth Ann Butler, a native of Greenville, South Carolina gave up a teaching career, sketched out a plan and cobbled together $10,000 from local government to start the Greenville Cultural Exchange Center. Today, the center features an extensive catalogue of artifacts, oral histories and records for African Americans who want to search their family histories. Beryl Dakers, a native of Columbia, is a broadcast pioneer. She was the first African American - more available