Hour-long organizing meeting on Palestine/Israel. With the recent UN Security Council vote condemning illegal Israeli settlements, and Trump’s evident rightward shift, it is time to get organized and vocal for peace based on justice for Palestinians and Israelis. Come early for the meeting, stay for the Carolina Peace potluck at 6PM afterwards: Continue reading “Columbia, Jan 8, 5 pm – Mideast Peace Committee Meeting”
Stop Deportation of Alan Munoz
Columbia: Meet Your Neighbor! Nov 17 Potluck at Columbia Friends
Saturday, November 19, 12:30 pm, at the Quaker Meeting House, 120 Psigah Church Rd, Columbia, SC
Petition: Augusta University, Evaluate Cooperation with Intelligence Agencies!
Recording of Forum on Augusta’s Cyber Center
Pictures from “Black Lives Matter: Vigil for the Fallen”
On October 1, people gathered for the “Black Lives Matter: Vigil for the Fallen” in Columbia, SC. Here are the pictures.
Protest Presence of CIA & NSA at Medical College of Georgia
Augusta, GA: Film “NUCLEAR SAVAGE: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1,” Tue, Sep 13, 7 pm
The Central Savannah River Area Peace Alliance invites the public to a screening of Adam Horiwitz‘s documentary NUCLEAR SAVAGE: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1 on Tuesday, September 13 at 7 pm at the Wallace Branch Library at 1237 Laney Walker Blvd in Augusta, Georgia. Admission is free. Continue reading “Augusta, GA: Film “NUCLEAR SAVAGE: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1,” Tue, Sep 13, 7 pm”
Understanding Islam and Muslims, Thu, Sep 8, 6:00-7:30 PM
Introduction to the Refugee Task Force of Carolina Peace Resource Center
The Refugee Task Force of Carolina Peace Resource Center meets monthly to plan educational, visibility and charitable events to support refugees and refugee resettlement programs. We also promote legislative advocacy at the federal and local levels, and we strive to stay abreast of anti-refugee legislation so that we can organize to defeat it.
Email us for more information. We welcome volunteers of all backgrounds, not matter how much time you have to give. Volunteering matters to us.
You can follow the Refugee Task Force’s activities on Facebook. Posts on the task force’s activities are in the category Refugee Task Force.