Simple Justice Black Lives Matter Open Mic/Community Meeting, Columbia, Jul 5, 7pm

Modjeska Monteith Simkins House, 2025 Marion St, Columbia, South Carolina 29201

the Royal African Company Presents … in Collaboration with the New Danger World Changers
A SIMPLE JUSTICE BLM EDUTAINMENT

#HoityToityTUESDAYS
an open mic, community meeting afterwork social soul network mixer.
THE BLACK MARKET: FEATURED VENDORS
Prysmatic Jewels Creations Royal African Company,
IZEGBE HONEYpot Pearls

ART WORK BY:
Omari Fox LaToya Thompson SaBrina Jeffcoact Valencia Goodwin PERO

Special guest ARTISTS: Frank MARTIN LIBERATION#9
TABU

SHEDJEWEL SCHEDULE-
6pm- Welcome MIX & Mingle

6:30 pm- Community Poster Session- Who’s Who in Community

7PM- The ARTISTIC African Origins of Class & SOUL:
From Royalty to JIggy a historical perspective of ART & CULTURE By Frank Martin

7:30 pm OPEN MIC

July 13 Telebriefing on EPA Proposal to Increase Levels of Radiation Allowed in Water

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has quietly proposed to raise the allowable levels of radioactivity in drinking water a nuclear incident to hundreds of times their current limits. If this guidance goes through, EPA’s action will allow people to drink water with concentrations of radioactivity at vastly higher levels. — Read more

What is a Peace Pole?

Peace Pole in Charleston, SC

A Peace Pole is usually a four-sided pole with the message and prayer “May Peace Prevail on Earth” written in four languages, one on each side.

Thanks to the efforts of the Peace Pole Project, to date there are more than 200,000 Peace Poles planted in over 190 countries around the world, all serving as a reminder for us to visualize and pray for world peace. Continue reading “What is a Peace Pole?”

Hiroshima Vigil, Columbia, SC, Aug 6, 7 pm

On August 6, 2016, the 71st anniversary of the detonation of the first atomic bomb over Hiroshima, attend a peace vigil at 7:00 PM at Columbia Friends Meeting, 120 Pisgah Church Road, Columbia, SC 29203. We are planting a peace pole. This event is open to the public. It is a free interfaith memorial. Prayers from faith groups over the city have been asked to contribute. Anyone with an interest should call (803) 237-2656 or contact Harry Rogers at harryrogers “at” carolinapeace.org

Every time we take a peaceful step, the world changes.

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.