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Indie Grits Picks 2016: We Recommend... PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 April 2016 22:16

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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The Color of Fire (Thursday April 14th 7PM)
Examines the Dresden bombing and the "moral corruption" of war.
Deep Run (Friday April 15th 8pm)
A couple in rural NC live an uncompromising love despite one partner's transgender identity.
Overalls & Aprons (Saturday April 16th 7PM)
The local food movement in Charleston.
Rubbertown (Saturday April 16th, 4:30PM)
A neighborhood in Louisville, KY faces high cancer rates from a toxic chemical plant. The film examines what allows this corporate criminality.
Yazoo Revisited (Sunday April 17th 1:30PM)
Subtitled: Integration and Segregation in a Deep Southern Town

Natural Disasters of the Human Kind (Thursday April 14th 6:30PM) A solo performance by Shannon Ivey addressing change, grief, resiliency, pregnancy, and gender

Social Disparity Shorts (Thursday April 14th, 4:45PM & Saturday April 16th, 5:30PM)  Four films covering incarceration, LGBT laws, white anti-racism, and economic decline.  
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Everywhere Is Here (Thursday April 14th 8PM &  Saturday April 16th 12PM)  Shorts follow a Mexican butcher in NC who crosses cultural lines,  youth in the Central African Republican and Native Americans athletes mixed in with experimental films.  More Info


Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 April 2016 22:42
Fall 2016 Internships with Carolina Peace: Apply Now! PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 November 2011 13:56

The Carolina Peace Resource Center is offering Fall 2016 Organizing Internships. Interested in learning all the angles of an activist non-profit organization?  Want to work on cutting the military budget, mideast peace or nuclear issues?  Do you have a passion for non-violent social change?  Then this internship is for you.  USC Students can earn 3 credit hours for a semester-long internship.  We are specifically looking for: Nuclear/Environmental Issues, Mideast Peace, Social Justice.

PRIORITY DEADLINE TO APPLY: Sunday March 27th, 2016.  Applications considered on a rolling basis thereafter.

For application & more info, click "Read More"

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 March 2016 00:20
Support the Cause of Peace: Donate to Carolina Peace! PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 30 December 2012 17:00






Donate to Carolina Peace today! Your tax-deductible donation makes Carolina Peace's work possible.   You can either donate via Paypal or by mailing a check to our P.O. Box.   Donors will receive a Carolina Peace bumpersticker (pictured above). Carolina Peace is a 501(c) 3 nonpartisan nonprofit organization

Carolina Peace Membership Levels:

$20 Discounted/Student; $35 Individual; $50 Family $100 Peacemaker; >$100 Gandhi Giver,  ___ Other

*For students, veterans, retirees, limited means, etc. please donate at whatever level you can.



Make your tax-deductible check payable to "Carolina Peace Resource Center" and mail to:

Carolina Peace Resource Center, P.O. Box 7343, Columbia, SC  29202


Carolina Peace, 2015 Year in Review (Click Read More)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 December 2015 10:16
"My Name is Rachel Corrie" Play at USC Thursday Feb 11th PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 03 February 2016 10:46

"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

Events Marking Hiroshima & Nagasaki 70th Anniversary PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 July 2015 22:17


Hiroshima Vigil

featuring Morihiko Nakahara of the SC Philharmonic

THURSDAY August 6th 7PM

Columbia Museum of Art, Auditorium

1515 Main St. Columbia, SC

An hour-long reflective vigil marking the 70th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and calling for nuclear disarmament.  Featuring a string quartet directed by Morihiko Nakahara of the SC Philharmonic.

Free and open to the public.

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Origami crane making, posters from the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, light refreshments and peace organization tabling inside the Columbia Museum of Art before and after the vigil during First Thursday.


Carolina Peace Resource Center and  Columbia Friends Meeting -Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

More Hiroshima/Nagasaki Commemorations in North Charleston, Greer, and Rock Hill, SC.  Details here...


Last Updated on Sunday, 02 August 2015 12:15
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