Pics from “Building the Beloved Community”

On January 12, 2017, Carolina Peace Resource Center held a discussion Building the Beloved Community: The Relevance of King and Gandhi in a Time of Oligarchy, Trump & Pence with Kevin Martin and George Friday. Here are some pictures, courtesy of Paul Palmer.

Columbia, Jan 12: Building the Beloved Community

Updated January 17, 2017: See some pictures.

Building the Beloved Community: The Relevance of King and Gandhi in a Time of Oligarchy, Trump & Pence
with Kevin Martin and George Friday

Talk/Strategy Discussion at the Modjeska Monteith Simkins House, 2025 Marion St, Columbia, SC. Thursday, January 12, 7 pm – 9 pm. (Facebook RSVP & Share) Continue reading “Columbia, Jan 12: Building the Beloved Community”

Peace in Colombia? South Carolina Hosts Marcia Mejía Chirimia

61-marciaMarcia Mejía Chirimia is a human rights defender and an indigenous Nonam leader from the community of Santa Rosa de Guyacán in Colombia. She is scheduled to make two presentations on the peace process in Colombia with an emphasis on how women, indigenous, and other marginalized communities are impacted on Thursday, October 6.

The first is at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC at 10 AM in Owens Hall, Room G-01. This page provides directions. Owens Hall is Building 18 on this map. RSVP & Share on Facebook.

The second is at 6pm at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC in Gambrell Hall, Room 246. Your best option for parking if off of Pendleton Street. RSVP & Share on Facebook.

Admission for both events is free and open to the public. Q & A follows the presentations.