What:Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre, 1968
When:Tuesday, February 06, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Where:Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Free and open to the public. This screening is free and open to the public. Advanced reservations are currently full but additional tickets will be available at the Nickelodeon box office on the night of the screening. This program is presented by Columbia SC 63, Center for Civil Rights and Research, University of South Carolina Moving Image Research Collections. This Project is funded in part by SC Humanities, a state program of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Director: Bestor Cram and Judy Richardson In February 1968 police in Orangeburg, SC initiated one of the worst acts of violence ever committed on a college campus, killing 3 and injuring 27 by firing into a crowd of protesters. Occurring two years prior to the Kent State shootings, the massacre in Orangeburg received little national attention. Featuring the groundbreaking documentary SCARRED JUSTICE: THE ORANGEBURG MASSACRE, 1968, historical news footage from the WLTX-TV collections at the University of South Carolina Moving Image Research Collections, and a conversation with community members who experienced the massacre firsthand, this program recognizes the atrocities that occured in Orangeburg and resists their omission from histories of the period. A post-screening conversation hosted by Columbia SC 63 follows the screening. Sponsored by: Columbia SC 63 SC Humanities Special thanks to our series sponsor: Susan Thorpe and John Baynes
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What:Money & SC Politics Roundtable
When:Tuesday, February 06, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Where:University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, United States, 29208
Description:As South Carolina reels from the growing political and corporate corruption scandals, the public is invited to a timely round-table discussion about how we can reduce the influence of money on state politics and policies. Legislators and good-government advocates will discuss ways to make our government more representative, transparent, and responsive to South Carolina citizens. Building on the work done since the Network's forum Corruption in the Palmetto State, held last May, we want to go beyond identifying the problems in our ailing democracy to focus on remedies, legislative and cultural. The audience will be invited to ask questions and offer comments. Reception to follow. The free event is sponsored by the nonpartisan Education Fund of the SC Progressive Network and the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, USC School of Law. At the table: Lynn Teague, Vice President, League of Women Voters of South Carolina; Rep. Gilda Cobb Hunter (D-Orangeburg); Sen. Mike Fanning (D-Fairfield); Rep. Gary Clary (R-Pickens); Sen. William Timmons (R-Greenville); and John Crangle, Government Relations Director, SC Progressive Network. On the table (among other remedies): S-533 would make politicians removed from office due to a criminal conviction pay for the special elections to replace them. The millions in corporate campaign cash to legislators who face no opposition has contributed to corruption. Each special election to replace incumbent legislators removed from office due to a conviction costs taxpayers between ($35,000 to $125,000) depending on the district and whether it's a senator of representative being replaced. H-4498 calls for giving qualified candidates for attorney general who refuse all private donations a publicly financed grant to run for office. In his last race, state Attorney General Alan Wilson took maximum campaign contributions from SCANA, and has taken more than $500,000 from lawyers and off-duty lobbyists in his last three campaigns. Public financing would allow candidates to run for attorney general without taking any campaign contributions from individuals or corporations that may later need to be investigated or indicted. In 2001, then Republican Party Chair Henry McMaster understood the problems inherent in allowing the state's top law enforcement officer to rely on private cash to run for office. McMaster told Gov. Hodge's Campaign Finance Reform Commission that the race for attorney general is the one elected office that should be publicly financed. H-4501 would prohibit regulated utilities from making campaign contributions to the candidates and politicians who regulate them. An example is the 2007 legislation that allowed SCE&G to charge ratepayers in advance for nuclear reactors that have since been abandoned. H-4500 would place a small fee on all campaign contributions that would fund an automated public disclosure system and generate money for attorney general candidates who want to opt into a publicly financed campaign. The State Ethics Commission is woefully underfunded, short-staffed, and has a public disclosure web site that is opaque. Furthermore, candidates make unintentional mistakes - as well as intentional - in filing. This bill offers a low-cost, high-tech solution to multiple problems. H-4456 is a bipartisan bill calling for a committee of non-elected citizens to draw district lines for the legislature and US congressional districts. Redistricting is a critical part of restoring democracy in SC, and the process is an earnest work in progress. Consider: 77% of SC lawmakers are elected with no opposition in the general election. Just 8.6% of the state's registered voters chose the majority body of the General Assembly in the Republican primary. Questions? Call the Network at 803-808-3384 or see scpronet.com.
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What:Protest Shrine Circus Cruelty - Columbia 2018
When:Thursday, February 08, 2018 at 5:45 pm
Where:Jamil Temple, Columbia, United States, 29210
Description:Many abusive circuses are continuing to drag elephants, tigers, bears, zebras, monkeys, camels, horses and other animals across the country to "entertain" the public - including right here in Columbia. The Royal Hanneford 'Shrine' circus will be in town February 8-11. In recent years the show has included 3 distressed Thai elephants, several caged tigers, 3 tethered and muzzled bears, 3 camels and other forced animal "performers." https://royalhannefordcircus.org/acts-1/ Join local citizens in standing up for these animals, who so desperately need our help! Protest days and times are: Saturday, Feb. 8 - 9-10 am and 2-3 pm Sunday, Feb. 11 - 12 noon-1 pm and 5-6 pm The demonstrations are legal, and the police will notified well in advance. We will be displaying signs and handing out some information. Signs will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own. (Only large block letters on a plain background will be readable for the folks driving into the circus.) We will be on the grassy areas next to the access road in front of the temple. The public MUST be educated, and the Jamil Shriners must be pressured to find another means of raising funds for their travel and entertainment expenses** - one that does not include whipping tigers, piling 9 people at a time onto a (likely arthritic) elephant's back and beating her with a bullhook, and imprisoning large bears in a dark shower-sized cell for days at a time. www.circusprotest.com www.bornfreeusa.org/facts.php?more=1&p=717 **Funds from the Shrine circus DO NOT go to the children's hospital in Greenville. This is stated in small print on the tickets. However, the Jamil Shrine fraudulently states on their 990 tax forms that the circus is "operated to benefit the children's hospital." PARKING: Plan to arrive early to allow for parking. DO NOT park in the Jamil Temple lot. Some of us are meeting 15 minutes before each protest starts in the US Foods shopping center lot (corner of St. Andrews Rd. and Jamil Rd.). It's about a 7 minute walk from the spots in front of the dental center to the temple. There is also an apartment complex close to the temple where people can likely park for an hour or so without issue.
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What:2018 Kickoff Indivisible Midlands
When:Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 2:30 pm
Where:Richland Library, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Come plan our next actions, share what you're working on, and hear about some exciting new opportunities for Indivisible Midlands - the kind that will help us grow and keep winning in 2018. Room 214 Richland Library
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What:Bless Their Little Hearts / Black Stories
When:Monday, February 12, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Where:Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:This program is part of our Black Stories: Two Cities series. BLESS THEIR LITTLE HEARTS Director: Billy Woodberry A stunning neo-realist film that applies techniques from global revolutionary cinemas to tell the story of a South Los Angeles family contending with the challenges of unemployment and economic hardship. A patient navigation of everyday life and domesticity that is as tender and candid as it is heartbreaking. 1984. USA. 80 min. NR preceded by WHEN IT RAINS Director: Charles Burnett On New Year’s Day a man (Pan African Film Festival founder Ayuko Babu) tries to help a woman make rent. A lighthearted story of community collaboration and a gorgeous document of Leimert Park, one of the creative hearts of Black Los Angeles. 1995. USA. 13 min. NR Thank you to our series sponsor: Bakari Sellers
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What:Mapping Your Future
When:Saturday, February 17, 2018 at 9:00 am
Where:The River Center At Saluda Shoals Park, Columbia, United States, 29212-2611
Description:Able SC’s 5th Annual Transition Conference for Young Adults with Disabilities in Transition and their Parents Saturday, February 17, 2018 – River Center at Saluda Shoals - Columbia, SC 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM - Youth in Middle or High School and their Family Members 1:00 – 4:30 PM – Young Adults No Longer in High School Mapping Your Future is a FREE event for learning about navigating the transition from school to employment, independent living, and further education, and to connect with the community service providers that are there to support you every step of the way! Youth with disabilities in transition and up to two family members are invited to select which half of the day fits their needs and join us for some fantastic content! Registration will open on November 1, 2018 For more information on registration, please contact Charlie Walters at (803)779-5121, ext. 233 or cwalters@able-sc.org
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What:I am Somebody / Brick by Brick - Black Stories
When:Monday, February 19, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Where:Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:This program is part of our Black Stories: Two Cities series. I AM SOMEBODY Director: Madeline Anderson A groundbreaking documentary about a successful 1969 union strike led by Black hospital workers that Civil Rights leader Fannie Lou Hammer hailed as “of decisive importance to all of us.” Exceptional in its clear-eyed depiction of class struggle, women’s experiences, and the financial disparities and racial inequities often concealed by Charleston’s tourism industry. 1970. USA. 30 min. NR BRICK BY BRICK Director: Shirikiana Aina A striking portrait of gentrification in 1970s Washington D.C. that allows residents to speak for themselves about their changing neighborhoods. Inspired by revolutionary movements worldwide, subjects discuss the global struggle against displacement and community efforts to retain property and power. 1982. USA. 33 min. NR Thank you to our series sponsor: Bakari Sellers Thank you to our screening sponsor: University of South Carolina: College of Arts and Sciences
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What:BPM (Beats Per Minute) / OUT Here
When:Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Where:Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:This films is a part of our OUT Here series. Director: Robin Campillo Winner of the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. A powerful, perceptive depiction of the daily labor and tender love shared by members of ACT UP in Paris during the early 1990s. In response to government indifference and insufficient medical care activists orchestrated daily actions to combat injustice and ignorance. Support provided by: SC Equality PAC Famously Hot South Carolina Pride South Carolina Gay & LSBN Business GLD Burnette Shutt & McDaniel, PA Darryl Cooper John Lucas Robert Keenan and Brian Chen Lula Drake Dr. Ed Madden and Bert Easter Larry Hembree and Joe Hudson James Hendrick and Richard Irwin
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What:Flag Wars - Black Stories
When:Monday, February 26, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Where:Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Director: Linda Goode Bryant and Laura Poitras A post-screening conversation with USC Professor of Political Science Todd C. Shaw and Ed Madden about race, gender, and gentrification accompanies the program. Prompted by filmmaker Goode Bryant’s inquiry: “Does it look different when two historically oppressed groups try to live together?” Flag Wars is an exceptionally thoughtful, in-depth study of the emotional, economic, and infrastructural motivations and effects of white, gay and lesbian home buyers acquiring property in a historically African-American neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio. Ed Madden is a professor of English Language & Literature and Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of South Carolina. His research addresses gender, sexuality, and modernism. Todd Shaw holds appointments in the University of South Carolina’s Political Science and African American studies programs. He researches and teaches broadly in the areas of African American politics, urban politics and public policy, as well as citizen activism and social movements. His current research considers how class, gender, age and other social factors create differing definitions of what constitutes African American group interests and how groups of African Americans and their allies have acted upon these perceived interests. His publications include Now is the Time! Detroit Black Politics and Grassroots Activism. Thank you to our series sponsor: Bakari Sellers
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What:February Peace Meeting
When:Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 6:00 pm
Where:414 Savannah Barony Dr, North Augusta, SC 29841-6096, United States
Description:Attend the CSRA Peace Alliance meeting for planning purposes at the Order of St Helena campus in North Augusta! This image is taken from the Rotary Club. https://www.rotary.org/en/our-causes/promoting-peace
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What:What She Said Project First Thursday Story Slam
When:Thursday, March 01, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Where:Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Back by popular demand! CMA and the #whatshesaidproject host a first Thursday Story Slam centered on the female experience. For more info: www.whatshesaidproject.com To participate email #whatshesaidproject founder: shannonivey@gmail.com
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What:Indigenous Women's Alliance of South Carolina Conference 2018
When:Saturday, March 03, 2018 at 12:00 pm
Where:EdVenture Children’s Museum, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Empowering the Strength of Women: Tradition, Wellness, Leadership FREE with registration. The Indigenous Women's Alliance of South Carolina invites all of our Indigenous Sisters living in, from, or visiting South Carolina to join us for our annual conference on Saturday, March 3rd from 12-5 PM in the Canal Room at Edventure Museum. Lunch is free with registration. Guest Speaker: Dr. Brooke Bauer http://abovethefoldtoday.blogspot.com/2016/10/brooke-bauer-phd-comes-home-to-preserve.html You are also invited to participate in our fun fashion show! Do you have left over material, leather, sinew, etc. from your Regalia and craft projects? Wondering what to do with them? We will be holding a fashion show featuring "every day" clothing, formal clothing, jewelry, and accessories made with traditional materials or inspired by traditional ideas, with bonus points for reusing/recycling/repurposing! Entries can be from scratch or from redesigned, old pieces of clothing. PLEASE keep creations respectful. No revealing clothing, inappropriate use of ceremonial materials, or misappropriation. We will also have a Talking Circle and *concluding Ceremony. *please wear or bring a long skirt To register for the conference and submit an entry in the fashion show: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfUdxsUG7EPiZ-YkXGMxSS4pfE0A1uXc2YH0NHT3TjmNNOs_Q/viewform The first 10 women to register will receive one of our Indigenous Women's Alliance of South Carolina scarves !Free! at the conference. Scarves will also be available for purchase for $20.00 each at the conference. Lunch is free with registration ONLY until February 25th. After February 25th, you may still register and attend but lunch will not be available. Children are welcome as long as they are supervised at all times and quiet. FMI: indigenouswomenofsc@gmail.com *The Indigenous Women's Alliance of South Carolina is a standing committee of The South Carolina Indian Affairs Commission
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What:10 Days of Women: Welcome Pep Rally
When:Sunday, March 04, 2018 at 2:30 pm
Where:Charleston County Public Library, Charleston, United States, 29401
Description:Hosted by So Exquisite Charleston Magazine, 10 Days of Women is BACK for it's second year and we are getting started with a bang! Join us for our welcome rally for refreshments, networking, and motivational speakers, as we usher in a new year of our annual celebration of all things women! Purchase tickets for events, sign up, and pick up your calendar to keep up with everything happening during 10 Days of Women around town from March 5th-15th 2018! For questions, contact Kimberly Bowman at 843-637-0409.
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What:2018 SC Nonprofit Summit
When:Monday, March 05, 2018 at 8:00 am
Where:The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa, Hilton Head Island, United States, 29928
Description:South Carolina's Nonprofit Summit is hosted by Together SC and is the state's largest and most comprehensive conference for nonprofit professionals. Designed by nonprofit leaders for nonprofit leaders, the Nonprofit Summit has something for just about everyone on your team! Directors, managers, and even board members can choose from 30+ sessions, enjoy plenty of networking time and enjoy some downtime at this year's resort location. Learn more here: http://summit.togethersc.org/2018/
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What:L.A. 92 / For the Record
When:Tuesday, March 06, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Where:Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Director: Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin This film is a part of our For the Record series. A conversation with Dr. Kenneth Campbell and Claudia Smith Brinson about representations of race in the media accompanies the program. In 1992 the acquittal of white LAPD officers for the brutal beating of motorist Rodney King despite video evidence spurred six days of protests and public violence. Drawing on decades of archival footage, LA 92 examines how the “Rodney King trial,” subsequent unrest, and their representation in media continue to frame conversations about race in America. Kenneth Campbell is a Head Associate Professor of Mass Communication at USC specializing in the first amendment and the representation of African Americans in the media. Claudia Smith Brinson has over 30 years of experience in journalism as a columnist, senior writer, and associate editor. She is currently working on a book on the missing voices of the S.C. civil rights movement. Thanks to our series sponsor: Susan Thorpe and John Baynes
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What:International Women’s Day - Indivisible Midlands 1st anniversary
When:Thursday, March 08, 2018 at 12:30 pm
Where:South Carolina State House, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Indivisible Midlands invites all women, femmes, gender-oppressed persons, and our allies in the community to gather in support March 8, 2018 at the SC State House for International Women’s Day. This event marks the 1 year anniversary of Indivisible Midlands’s first protest. We will be holding a sign line rally that afternoon from 12:30-2:00 at the State House along Gervais Street in Columbia, SC. Please wear RED clothing as a show of solidarity and bring your positive, inclusive, pro-women rally signs! OR—dress up as your heroes (fictional or real, living or deceased)! 💪
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What:The Red Rally for Int'l Women's Day
When:Thursday, March 08, 2018 at 6:00 pm
Where:Birds Fly South Ale Project, Greenville, United States, 29601
Description:Red is the color designated by the Women's March on Washington national campaign as a symbol of unity and action. We've partnered with The Homeless Period Project to bring you the second annual Red Rally. Join us on International Women's Day to honor and explore the lives of women in our Upstate community. This is the kick-off event for the 2018 The Homeless Period Project + Birds Fly South: No Girl Left Behind school campaign. Groups and individuals from a diversity of backgrounds and experiences will be invited to collaborate and participate in this event. Interested in joining? Email community@bfsbeer.com. We encourage you to wear red on March 8th in solidarity with women around the world. Red is a color signifying revolutionary spirit and sacrifice. It is both positive and negative, from deep love to deep loss. Birds Fly South Ale Project stands by our vision and promise to Love Thy Neighbor. Please join us as we engage, respect, listen to, and honor the incredible women in our community. A suggested donation of $2 is encouraged, as well as sanitary napkins and liners for the period packs.
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What:Red Power
When:Friday, March 16, 2018 at 12:00 pm
Where:Native American Studies Center, Lancaster, United States, 29720
Description:A lecture by Robert Greeson, M. Ed - Chair of the American Indian Party of Charlotte Red Power: Cultivating cultural pride, increasing tribal member engagement & empowering American Indians through grassroots activism aimed at addressing the issues impacting american Indian communities.
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What:Saturday Church / OUT Here
When:Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Where:Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:This film is a part of our OUT Here series An introduction by Audria Byrd and Nathaniel Simmons-Thorne accompanies the program. Audria Byrd is a Columbia-based filmmaker and activist and Nathaniel Simmons-Thorne is an academic and anti-racism activist-organizer. Director: Damon Cardasis An innovative musical about Ulysses, a young man exploring his identity and sexuality in New York. Invigorated by imaginative dance sequences, original songs and interior-monologues, the film follows its protagonist as he finds refuge amongst dancers and performers in the city’s vibrant transgender community. Support provided by: SC Equality PAC Famously Hot South Carolina Pride South Carolina Gay + Lesbian Business Guild Burnette Shutt & McDaniel, PA Darryl Cooper John Lucas Robert Keenan and Brian Chen Lula Drake Dr. Ed Madden and Bert Easter Larry Hembree and Joe Hudson James Hendrick and Richard Irwin
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What:Nobody Is Above the Law ATL
When:Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Where:Richard B. Russell Federal Building, Atlanta, United States, 30303
Description:(NOTE: This event is a placeholder. When/If Mueller is fired, the date will be udated accordingly.) We could have a deepening Constitutional crisis on our hands. Donald Trump is considering firing the man investigating Trump and his inner circle, special counsel Robert Mueller. If this happens, our immediate response will determine the future of our democracy. That's why we're partnering with MoveOn.org, Public Citizen, Indivisible and many others to prepare emergency "Nobody is Above the Law" rallies that will happen directly following the firing should it occur . There are already events in 150 cities scheduled across the country! Can you pledge to attend a rapid response rally? Click here to find the event nearest you, and pledge to attend: http://www.trumpisnotabovethelaw.org/ (Georgia Alliance for Social Justice is the host of the Atlanta event.) Mueller was named as special counsel to get to the bottom of the Russian meddling in the November election, and any ensuing effort to cover it up. This includes conflicts of interest within the Trump campaign, and possibly investigating Trump’s own finances to look for motives. By firing Mueller, Trump would trigger a full-fledged Constitutional crisis by asserting that he is above the law. The hours following the firing will determine whether he is proved right. Congress has the constitutional authority and obligation to hold Trump accountable for this abuse of power. But we've seen the Republican Congress give Trump pass after pass every time he crosses another line. Should Trump fire Mueller, if that isn't the moment they put country over party to hold Trump accountable, it's not clear whether it will ever happen. Let's show our lawmakers that we won't stand by while they allow Donald Trump to slide the US into authoritarianism. Join thousands across the country who are pledging to take the streets should Trump fire Mueller, demanding immediate action to hold Trump accountable! When Richard Nixon fired Archibald Cox from the Watergate investigation, it became a tipping-point moment for lawmakers in his own party to finally decide that they had to act or risk forfeiting our democracy. It's up to us to make sure if Trump fires Mueller that this the moment our lawmakers wake up and prevent Trump from putting himself above the law. Thanks for all you do. http://www.trumpisnotabovethelaw.org/
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What:WREN Summit 2018
When:Monday, April 09, 2018 at 8:00 am
Where:Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Save the date for April 9th-10th for the annual WREN Summit. Our focus this year is the economic empowerment of women, which appropriately falls on Equal Pay Day. Be on the lookout for additional information and ticket sales to start mid-January.
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What:Walk A Mile In Their Shoes
When:Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 5:30 pm
Where:South Carolina State House, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Walk A Mile In Their Shoes is a community coming together to support Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands, its mission, and the survivors we know and love. It is impossible to not know someone who has been impacted by sexual violence, even if you have not been told. April 12, 2018 marks the ninth anniversary of Walk A Mile in Columbia. Over the past eight years, thousands of South Carolinanas, including survivors, have walked with STSM and shown their support of ending violence in our state. This is a family-friendly event to see an outpouring of community support to bring awareness to sexual assault and end sexual violence in our community. Men, women, children, and four-legged friends of all ages are invited to participate. To register, fundraise, donate, or learn more, visit www.walkamilesc.com!
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What:Walk A Mile in Her Shoes ®
When:Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 6:00 pm
Where:Patrick Square, Clemson, United States, 29631
Description:Save the date! Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® will be held Thursday, April 19,2018 to raise awareness during Sexual Assault Awareness Month and proceeds will benefit Pickens County Advocacy Center. To learn more about this national event, please go to www.walkamileinhershoes.org More details coming soon regarding team registration and sponsorships!
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What:Advocacy Day for Access & Independence 2018
When:Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 10:00 am
Where:South Carolina State House, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:2018 is the 5th Annual Advocacy Day for Access and Independence! On April 25 the disability community will further Access, Independence, and Equality with some real disability pride! We hope that you’ll join us to raise awareness of barriers that stand in the way of independence.
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What:2nd Annual Midlands Women's Fair
When:Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 10:00 am
Where:Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, Columbia, United States, 29201
Description:Join us for the 2nd Annual Midlands Women's Fair, presented by Absolute Total Care,​ on Saturday, July 28th from 10-3 pm! Come out and get pampered! Let us know you're coming (and earn a door prize entry) by registering online at https://midlandswomensfair.eventbrite.com. This FREE event offers dozens of vendors PLUS fun photo booth, massages, makeovers, airbrush tattoos, self-defense classes, door prizes, & more. Get ready to shop until you drop! All focused on YOU, the Midlands Woman. For more information or to feature your business at this event, contact events@sunshinefamilyexpos.com.
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