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Peace Day at the Statehouse SUNDAY Sept 21st PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 08 September 2014 21:03

Peace Day at the Statehouse

SUNDAY Sept 21st, 3PM-5PM

South Carolina Statehouse

Main & Gervais, Columbia, SC


Festival atmosphere celebrating the International Day of Peace with music, speakers and activities for all ages including making pinwheels for peace & peace cranes, face paint, hippie peace theme photo booth and a group photo posing as giant peace sign.

Featured music from rock band SKYMONK and folk singer Sam Dack.

USC student groups and local organizations tabling:

Food Not Bombs, ACLU, Homeless Helping Homeless, EcoReps, Feminist Collective, Students Helping Honduras, Students for Justice in Palestine, Timmy Global Health, Moms Demand Action and Project NAS (Not Another Statistic).

Volunteers Needed


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Shareable Link: Tweet it! #PeaceDay

CONTACT lizzie @ or david @

Sponsored by the Carolina Peace Resource Center

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Last Updated on Friday, 19 September 2014 16:58
MOVIE "Broken on All Sides" SAT Sept 27th 7PM PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 18 September 2014 15:27


MOVIE: "Broken on All Sides: Race, Mass Incarceration & New Visions for Criminal Justice in the US"

SATURDAY Sept 27th, 7PM

Columbia Friends Meeting House,

120 Pisgah Church Road,  Columbia, SC 29203

The documentary centers around the theory put forward by many, and most recently by Michelle Alexander (who appears in the movie), that mass incarceration has become "The New Jim Crow." That is, since the rise of the drug war and the explosion of the prison population, and because discretion within the system allows for arrest and prosecution of people of color at alarmingly higher rates than whites, prisons and criminal penalties have become a new version of Jim Crow. Through inter¬views with people on many sides of the criminal justice system, this documentary aims to answer questions and provoke questions on an issue walled-off from the public's scrutiny.

Directed by Matthew Pillshcer.


For additional information, contact D. Butler @(803) 727-6307

Gaza Protests, Upcoming & Past PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 24 July 2014 02:38



Gaza Vigil with Women in Black

WEDNESDAY August 6th, 5PM-6PM

SC Statehouse (Main & Gervais)

Join the regular Women in Black Vigil for Peace to call for a Gaza Ceasefire.


EVERY Wednesday until the attacks on Gaza end.



Last Updated on Sunday, 03 August 2014 16:03
Hiroshima Day Vigil Aug 6th & Art Exhibit PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 July 2014 18:26
Hiroshima Day Vigil

WEDNESDAY August 6th, 6PM

Tapp's on Main, 1644 Main St.

Commemorating the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and calling for nuclear disarmament and abolition.  Featuring a screening of the short film "Witness to Hiroshima," music and reflection in memoriam of the residents of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Followed by a preview of the "Hiroshima: Never Forget" art exhibit.

Co-sponsored by the Carolina Peace Resource Center and the Columbia Society of Friends (Quakers)

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"Hiroshima: Never Forget" Art Exhibit

August 7th-August 30th

Tapp's on Main, 1644 Main St.

Featuring art from Jeri Burdick, Susan Lenz,  Sean McGuinness (That Godzilla Guy),  Kimi Maeda. and others, posters from the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and the short film “Witness to Hiroshima.” Runs August 7th through August 31st.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 July 2014 19:13
ACTION ALERT: Oppose German HEU Nuclear Waste Coming to SRS PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 26 June 2014 16:46

UPDATE: Both the Aiken Standard and the Augusta Chronicle have come out with op-eds opposing dumping German HEU nuclear waste at SRS:

"Don't Dump on Us" and "New German Waste Another Bad Signal"

TAKE ACTION...Submit your comment by MONDAY July 21st! See info below...


ACTION ALERT: Oppose German HEU Nuclear Waste Coming to SRS

The Department of Energy (DOE) is considering proposals to bring German HEU (Highly Enriched Uranium) commercial spent fuel to the Savannah River Site for processing and disposal.  But there is no place to dispose of it for the long-term meaning it would wind up dumped at SRS for decades if not permanently.  Environmentalists and concerned citizens have already spoken out at a DOE Hearing in North Augusta in opposition on Tuesday June 24th… now it is your TURN TO SPEAK UP!

TAKE ACTION! Tell DOE to Consider the Environmental & Financial Liabilities of Dumping German Nuclear Waste at SRS.

The DOE is soliciting comment from the public to make an Environmental Assessment (EA) on whether bringing German HEU Nuclear Waste to SRS would have a “significant impact” on the local community, thus requiring a more researched “environmental impact statement” (EIS) under federal law.  Boosters and supporters of bringing German HEU Nuclear Waste to SRS are urging a finding of “no significant impact” to avoid an environmental impact statement. Tell DOE to consider the environmental & financial liabilities of dumping German nuclear waste at SRS. Please include any additional factors…environmental or socioeconomic… that should be weigh in on considering a community impact.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 July 2014 16:08
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