In the two weeks since President Obama stood before the United Nations and declared that the United States will stand up for human rights, three people have been sent to the death chamber, making a mockery of his claims. Continue reading A death knell for the death penalty?
On Thursday, October 22 at 6:00pm, join the Avery Research Center in giving Charles Randolph-Wright (York, South Carolina) a warm Charleston welcome during this wonderful evening of conversation and music, with his good friend actress, musician, humanitarian Pauletta Washington!
***Charles is currently working on several dynamic projects, including an upcoming NBC Underground Railroad miniseries, FREEDOM RUN, based on Betty De Ramus’s 2005 book “Forbidden Fruit: Love Stories From the Underground Railroad” Continue reading Charles Randolph-Wright and Pauletta Washington at Avery
Please join Lowcountry Peace on November 9 (time TBA) for a visit by Nadín Reyes Maldonado, a Mexican human rights defender who founded the Committee of Family Members of the Disappeared and Detained ‘Until We Find Them’ (see bio and more information below). The number of forced disappearances in Mexico has gone up dramatically since 2007 when the drug war started through the Mérida Initiative. Continue reading Lowcountry Peace Speaker November 9
“More than five years after the Internal Revenue Service initiated efforts to strip the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO) of its status as a non-profit organization, we have learned that the IRS Appeals Office plans to uphold the revenue agent’s recommendation to revoke our 501(c)3 status”