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LETTER: CCC article brought back great memories

LETTER: CCC article brought back great memories

I believe I am one of the fortunate ones to have received the very first issue of Charleston Currents. While I always learn something new, never has an article resonated as much as the one on the Civilian Conservation Corps.

by · 09/21/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
Three letters on Cuba column

Three letters on Cuba column

We totally agree with what you have said. We visited Cuba in early March with a group and were enchanted. Loved it. Do not want too many changes to take place, though perhaps opportunities for improvement for the lives and comfort of the Cuban people who were quite wonderful.

by · 09/07/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTERS:  On race, ostracism

LETTERS: On race, ostracism

When reading Kendra Hamilton’s column, I was reminded of a conversation I had a few years ago with an African-American co-worker. I’ve forgotten what it was we were discussing specifically, but whatever the conflict was, we were able to discuss it honestly and resolve it successfully.

by · 08/31/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTERS: Two thanks on column about forgiveness

LETTERS: Two thanks on column about forgiveness

WOW! Thank you so much for being the voice for many of us in the community and the faith-based world that believe and feel the same way. Your article [Brack, “Acts of forgiveness may be key to real power”] was so powerful and moving.

by · 08/17/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTER: Horses pull heavy loads in searing heat

LETTER: Horses pull heavy loads in searing heat

Polls may be only a snapshot (“Good News; Community raises concerns about carriage horses”). 00_icon_feedbackThe reality of equines being forced to pull heavy loads (17 Adult passengers by ONE horse) for eight hours a day in searing heat and humidity day after day is a reality that citizen/taxpayers living and working in Charleston understand. It’s common sense.

by · 08/03/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTER: Didn’t like “unscientific” poll on carriage horses

LETTER: Didn’t like “unscientific” poll on carriage horses

Letter: I wouldn’t put too much stock in an unscientific online poll that accompanies a distressing story about a very rare carriage mishap.

by · 07/27/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTERS:  On Horne, mayor’s race

LETTERS: On Horne, mayor’s race

Hurrah for [state Rep.] Jenny Horne! She expressed the frustration what many of us white South Carolinians descended from slave owners felt about the flag flying on the Statehouse grounds.

by · 07/20/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTER: Time to furl the flag

LETTER: Time to furl the flag

Excellent piece (above) on the confluence of events that helped South Carolinians — and hopefully a lot more people who treated old South enthusiasts like their dotty Uncle Fred but let them get away with their delusions by ignoring them — to begin folding the flag.

by · 06/29/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTERS: Column on reaction to church shooting helped

LETTERS: Column on reaction to church shooting helped

Letters on the Charleston church shooting from Rebecca Masters, Charlotte, and Rob Whiddon, Queensland.

by · 06/22/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
LETTER:  Value of development

LETTER: Value of development

Darby letter: You, like so many others, [Brack, “State needs to stop kowtowing to developers“] are quick to be critical of Kiawah and seldom look on the positive side of the development.

by · 06/08/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback