Documentary Screening on Resistance to US Military Base in Korea

Korea-Hidden-Holocaust_MDJM117The Central Savannah River Area Peace Alliance is holding a public screening in Augusta, Georgia on Tuesday, July 12 at 6:30 pm at the Wallace Branch Library at 1237 Laney Walker Blvd.

The film is The Ghosts of Jeju by Regis Tremblay. Admission is free and open to the public.

A brief business meeting follows the program.

Will Georgia End the Drug War? Augusta, May 18

Harold Jones profile croppedWill Georgia End the Drug War? State Senator Harold Jones on Cannabis in the Latest Legislative Session

The Georgia State Senator from District 22 in Augusta, Harold Jones, introduced SB 254 in the 2015-16 legislative session. This bill would have changed simple cannabis possession from a felony to a misdemeanor. Other proposed legislation would have facilitated the use of medical cannabis. Hear his assessment of Georgia’s readiness to end the drug war. Continue reading “Will Georgia End the Drug War? Augusta, May 18”

Indie Grits Picks 2016: We Recommend…

Indie Grits Festival
The Indie Grits festival is this Thursday through Sunday  in Columbia, SC, marking its 10th anniversary. All film screenings are free… first come, first served, tickets at box office at 1621 Main St 30 min before film.
Here are Carolina Peace’s recommendations.
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“My Name is Rachel Corrie” Play at USC Thursday Feb 11th

“My Name is Rachel Corrie” Play

THURSDAY Feb 11th, 7:30PM

USC, Booker T. Washington Theatre

1400 Wheat St, Columbia, SC

Ashley Malloy’s one woman production of the acclaimed play adapted from the writings of peace activist Rachel Corrie by Alan Rickman and Katharine Viner.



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Sponsored by Carolina Peace Resource Center, Students for Justice in Palestine, and the Islamic World Studies Program – USC