"If you know whence you came, there is really no limit to where you can go."
The Identification, Interpretation, Preservation, and the Visual Presentation of pictures, papers, documents and other items that chronicle the major events affecting African Americans in South Carolina is needed.
A museum displaying archives of pictures, papers, interviews, records, documents, and etc. of South Carolinians involved in historical events that have had significant impact on African Americans in the state and in the nation.
Establishment of a site to exhibit the Pictorial History of the historical events that have had significant impact on African Americans in the South Carolina and in the nation.
Presentation of an unbiased, objective view of significant events in the history of South Carolina through pictures, clippings, records, and papers from South Carolinians on both sides of the important issues of the past.
Improvement the level of knowledge of South Carolinians regarding the tremendous role that South Carolinians have played in reshaping the fabric of this nation.
Presentation of photographic documentation that the achievements of the South Carolina civil rights era were not possible without tremendous support from whites citizens; some who played visibly active roles and others who remained in the background.
Preservation of the photographic and document collections utilizing state-of-the-art and cutting edge technology such as digital imaging and CDs. A web site would be created to disseminate information as well.