The Rev. Kenneth Hodges, left, makes his remarks during the End Racism lecture series, sponsored by the Beaufort Republican Women’s Club on Saturday at Tabernacle Babtist Church’s fellowship hall. Photos by Bob Sofaly.


The Rev. Kenneth Hodges, a former S.C. Representative, gives a brief history of freed slave and statesman Robert Smalls, a portrait of whom can be seen in background, during the End Racism lecture Saturday at Tabernacle Baptist Church. At right is Emory Campbell who spoke after Hodges. The End Racism lecture series was sponsored by the Beaufort Republican Women’s Club.
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