Columbia, South Carolina

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We are constantly updating our list of speakers as more and more activists, medical professionals, legal council, authors and politicians become involved.
Current list of speakers for Columbia, South Carolina

Jennifer Holdridge Black (Co-Founder of the South Carolina Health Coalition)-Website
Speaking on the current legislation in SC and nationwide regarding medical rights and vaccines

Victor Kocher (Chairman, SC Libertarian Party)
Speaking on the constitutionality of government mandated medical procedures and personal rights

Kim Spencer (Director of Advocacy and Outreach, World Mercury Project)-Website
Speaking on why 54% of American children are chonically ill: how did we get here and what do we do now?

David Young(Owner, Leesville Aquaponics)
Speaking on GMOS, organic farming practices, and toxin free agriculture

Dr. Max Collins(Chiropractor, Lifelong Healing and Wellness Center)-Website
Speaking on holistic healing

Kim Shirk, PA-C(Founder, South Carolina Center for Integrative Medicine)-Website

Marcey Zimmerman (Mother and advocate)
Sharing her family’s story

Josiah Magnuson (SC Republican Representative)

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Columbia, South Carolina

Children’s March For Humanity

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South Carolina State House 1100 Gervais St, Columbia, South Carolina 29201, United States

Details

Starts at 10am

It is imperative we protect the upcoming generations to secure a prosperous future with a healthy society filled with various professions, such as teachers, doctors, and police officers. For this reason, we ask the children attending to dress up as a professional of their choice.

We will have fun filled activities for the children throughout the morning including face painting, crafting activities and goodies to take home. There will be space for you to enjoy a picnic lunch if you would like to pack one. Our sponsors will be present with tables set up to provide you information on local holistic, organic, and natural options in the area.

The first 100 people to arrive will receive a goody bag.

We have colorful bracelets still for sale to help with our fundraising efforts. They are $5 each, for children’s or adult sizes. Please email laurenalismall@gmail to purchase one locally.