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Peace Day at the Statehouse 2019 CANCELED

Peace Day at the Statehouse
SATURDAY Sept 21st 9AM-Noon
Unfortunately, we weren’t able to line up enough things to make Peace Day at the Statehouse a success this year, so the event is canceled. We will try again next year. We apologize for any inconvenience and encourage people to attend the Climate Strike at the SC Statehouse Friday Sept 20th 5:30PM-7PM instead.

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“Remembering Hiroshima, Preventing Nuclear War” Sunday Aug 4th at the State Museum

Remembering Hiroshima, Preventing Nuclear War:
An Educational Experience
SUNDAY Aug 4th, 2PM-4PM

The State Museum, Gervais Room (2nd Floor by Main Staircase)
301 Gervais St. Columbia, SC 29201
Join us for the 29th Annual Hiroshima Vigil/Remembrance in Columbia, SC.  This year we’ll feature an interactive exhibit featuring storytelling, arts and craft making (peace cranes, lanterns), video and more remembering the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and highlighting efforts to prevent nuclear war.  Drop in!
Free and open to the public.  $1 Admission to the rest of The State Museum.
Facebook Event
Sponsored by the Carolina Peace Resource Center and the Columbia Friends Meeting (Quakers)


Free Screening of “El Norte” Wednesday April 24th 6PM at the Nickelodeon Theater

MOVIE: El Norte
WEDNESDAY April 24th 6PM

Nickelodeon Theater
1607 Main St. Columbia, SC
Join us for a free screening of the acclaimed Oscar-nominated 1983 movie “El Norte” at the Nickelodeon Theatre.  After facing  violent repression from the Guatemalan army, two Mayan siblings trek north to the US to seek new lives.  Followed by Talkback with Debbie Billings and Laura Cahue of the Grassroots Alliance for Immigrant Rights (GAIR)
Ticketing is now live!
More Info/Reserve your FREE TICKET here
(Click link for 6:00PM to reserve ticket)
SPREAD THE WORD: Facebook Event
Sponsored by the Carolina Peace Resource Center and the Nickelodeon Theater


“Central American Asylum-Seeker Crisis” Wednesday April 3rd 4pm at USC




The Central American Asylum-Seeker Crisis
USC, Gambrell Hall Room 431   USC Campus Map:   Recommended parking: Pendleton St Garage or off Pendleton St.

We do not have a national security crisis on the border: we have a humanitarian crisis on the border as thousands of asylum-seekers from the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras head north to flee poverty and violence in their home countries.  This panel discussion will examine the push and the pull factors, including the history of US foreign policy in Central American and current US immigration policies.  Featuring Dr. Ben Roth, Dr. Debbie Billings, Luis Garcia, and Dr. Breanna Grace.  Free and open to the public. Facebook Event

Sponsored by the Carolina Peace Resource Center, Witness for Peace Southeast, the Consortium for Latino and Immigration Studies at USC, and the Walker Institute for Area Studies at USC


See also Learning Circle, Focus Honduras TUESDAY April 2nd 7:30PM

Learning Circle on Honduras Tuesday April 2nd 7:30PM at Tapp’s


ACTION ALERT: Vote to End War in Yemen in US Senate this Week







This week the US Senate will debate and vote on a War Powers resolution calling for the withdrawal of the US military from the civil war in Yemen. Join us for a #StoptheWarinYemen Protest Vigil  in front of the SC Statehouse (Main & Gervais) from 5pm-6:30pm on Monday Dec 3rd. Media will be invited. Some signs provided. No profanity or partisan signs please.

Please ALSO…
CALL YOUR SENATORS and urge them to end the war in Yemen and vote for Senate Joint Resolution 54 Sanders-Lee withdrawing US forces from the civil war in Yemen.
Senator Lindsey Graham DC # (202) 224-5972
(Voted to bring SJRes 54 to the floor of the Senate for a vote… thank him & urge him to vote for SJRes 54)
Senator Tim Scott DC # (202) 224-6121
(Voted against bringing SJRes 54 to the floor of the Senate for a vote… express your disappointment; urge him to vote for SJRes 54)