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Franklin's narrative and insight is eye opening. I'm sorry but we do not have any availability on those days.
You will drive through the Black neighborhoods of Charleston while Franklin shares his extensive knowledge of Black history. Our next available tour is a walking tour on the 30th. I'm sorry but we do not have any availability on those days.
Element will be making its initial launch exclusively on i OS devices.
For now, it will only be available for users in Charleston, but the team has plans to expand to other cities in the future.
Experience not only the reclaimed acreage of what was once known as the suburbs, but also a predominantly African American colonial neighborhood. I booked another architecture tour, that touched on some of the darker side of charelstons history and knew I had to be more informed. For those interested in the contributions of African Americans in the city of Charleston, you will not encounter a better tour.
During this tour, you will also witness: Colonial parks known as malls Live Oak trees Suburban plantation mansions Renovated colonial architecture Historical Churches And much, much more! Highly recommended for those who are lovers of history and are invested in learning about the culture of Black people in this region. We as a country and a society need more people like Frank, not just in Charleston but in our schools and lives.
My wife and I went on the Charleston Black History Tour with Franklin Williams yesterday. We did the other tour and then did Franklin's tour. Went over a month ago and this walking tour remains the most memorable part of our visit. About 25 years ago in New Orleans, I went on a SLAVE plantation tour.“It’s much different to actually lead with, ‘Who wants to go surfing next weekend? “The people who are expressing interest in that are people who just want to go surfing.” The next moment in Landon’s life that led to the founding of Element was a time when he was invited to an event in Washington, D. This was a disappointing moment for him, but it got the wheels turning in the direction of creating a solution for people who find themselves in these situations in the future.“I just like doing certain things,” Landon continues.This was booked as a 90 minute tour but Franklin was such a wealth of information and so enthusiastic about the subject that it was closer to 3 hours. Alan, Thank you for your review and allowing Frankly Charleston the chance to share the other Charleston with you. But, as always it's you, the guest, that makes the tour a success. It was great to hear the history of Charleston from a different perspective. Charleston is impressive with many beautiful homes, great restaurants and guides to tell you about it. I point out the word SLAVE (capital letters) because the tour focused on the owner of the property and barely mentioned that hundreds of slaves lived and died under the brutal...Black history through the eyes of Franklin Williams will be the highlight of your visit to Charleston.