Hiroshima August 8th Event

Standing in solidarity for peace and social concerns at the Hiroshima vigil on August 8th. Maintaining social distancing and wearing mask Quakers wanted to speak up and be heard in the community. Quakers not wanting history to repeat itself fighting the good fight for our environmental safety and the future of our children.

photo credit: Crush Rush

If you missed the premiere of Lori Donath’s documentary short Peace Now: Clean Up, Not build up at Savannah River Site. Watch down below:

SC Advocacy Team Workshop

FCNL South Carolina Advocacy Team Launch
Date: August 25, 2020   Time: 6:00-8:00 PM ET 
Location: Zoom Virtual Event

People across the country are asking the same question: “What can I do to change what’s happening in the world?”
Our 75 years on Capitol Hill have shown that your voice can make an important impact on federal policy. In-person meetings with your members of Congress are the most effective way to influence policy decisions.
Change in Washington starts with you.

Please join FCNL for an advocacy workshop:
Influence your members of Congress and their staff through face-to-face conversations
Drive the media coverage you want to see
Build a strategic team in your community that lobbies as part of a powerful national advocacy network
Join our 2020 Advocacy Team campaign to stop endless wars by urging Congress to reassert its constitutional authority over military action.

Register Here! https://act.fcnl.org/event/advocacy-teams/1779/