South Carolina’s senior civil rights advocate Bishop Frederick C. James received the Leon A. Love Lifetime Achievement Award from the South Carolina African American Heritage Foundation and Columbia SC 63: Our Story Matters at an outdoor ceremony at his home on July 23, 1 p.m.
Engaged with ministry and activism at ninety-eight years old, Bishop James has led an extraordinary career as a minister, educator, and civil rights advocate as an ecumenical theologian, advocate for fair and decent housing, proponent of civil rights, political leader and public servant.
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