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Charleston, South Carolina: Rising Tides

Season 2 Episode 206 | 26m 00s

Positioned between waterways, rivers and an ocean, Charleston, South Carolina is susceptible to flooding. This complicates life for businesses, such as oyster harvesting, and the city’s residents, especially the poor, historically black neighborhoods. Earl Bridges and Craig Martin have conversations with people addressing climate change and store owners.

Aired: 01/06/22
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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