International Day of Peace

Established in 1981, International Day of Peace provides a date for all people, the world over, to commit to peace. In 2001, the General Assembly voted unanimously to designate the Day as a period of non-violence and cease-fire.

Established in 1981, International Day of Peace provides a date for all people, the world over, to commit to peace. In 2001, the General Assembly voted unanimously to designate the Day as a period of non-violence and cease-fire.

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Ron's Big Mission | Storytime with SCETV
Ron's Big Mission | Storytime with SCETV

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By: Rose Blue and Corinne Naden Illustrated By: Don Tate Read by: Alfred Turner, South Carolina Public Radio Nine-year-old Ron loves going to the Lake City Public Library to look through all the books...
Shaniece Criss | Women Vision SC
Shaniece Criss | Women Vision SC

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“The world will tell you what success looks like, but truly success looks differently for different people.” The words of Dr. Shaniece Criss. She has defined her own success by fulfilling purpose in...
WWI Photo Gallery | History in a Nutshell
WWI Photo Gallery | History in a Nutshell

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This photo gallery contains the following visuals: Map of Europe, 1914. Triple Entente Countries In Blue; Triple Alliance/Central Powers Countries In Red The Zimmerman Telegram The Evening World...
Thomas Pinckney | History of SC Slide Collection
Thomas Pinckney | History of SC Slide Collection

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Born in Charleston, the third surviving child of Eliza Lucas and Charles Pinckney, the younger brother of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (see Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, In His 6th Year, and Charles...
Osceola | History of SC Slide Collection
Osceola | History of SC Slide Collection

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Osceola ( -1838), the celebrated Seminole Chief, died in captivity at Fort Moultrie on January 30th, 1838. Osceola's death marked the end of a long and determined resistance by his people to the...
Penn Center: A Legacy, Part 2 - Social Injustice
Penn Center: A Legacy, Part 2 - Social Injustice

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Penn School closed its doors in the late 1940s and redirected its efforts to address social injustice. 1964 was the height of the civil rights movement. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. and his group were...