Brenda Jennifer Peart 
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Re: “UPDATE: Women’s March on Washington plans sister march in Charleston

Due to the incredible response and support for our Charleston Sister March, we are now MARCHING from 9 designated garages all over the city and will RALLY at BRITTLEBANK PARK!


DEPARTURE from Designated Parking Garages (see list below**) & MARCH to Brittlebank Park

RALLY at Brittlebank Park (on Lockwood Drive)

**If you are unable to march, you can park at Brittlebank and only attend the rally. For those who DO want to march, there are 9 parking garages designated as meeting places for an 11am march departure to Brittlebank (each march will be led by 2 marshals):

Garage 1 - 1 Cumberland Street (2.3 miles to Brittlebank)

Garage 2 - 24 Calhoun Street (2.1 miles)

Garage 3 - 12 St. Philip Street (1.7 miles)

Garage 4 - Hampton park (1.6 miles)

Garage 5 - 89 St. Philip Street (1.5 miles)

Garage 6 - 399 King Street (1.5 miles)

Garage 7 - 158 Ashley Avenue (1.4 miles)

Garage 8 - 81 Mary Street (1.3 miles)

Garage 9 - 122 Bee Street (0.4 miles)

Only shirts ordered by 12pm on 1/16 will be available for pickup on SATURDAY MORNING at BRITTLEBANK PARK from 9:30-10:30. Shirts will also be available for pickup at the rally at Brittlebank Park starting at 12. Thank you for your support! We can't wait for this incredibly positive day of empowerment! #womensmarchCHS #charlestonstrong


This positive Sister March is all about inclusivity, activism and community. Bring your signs for peace, equality, solidarity, love and support, as well as your friends, family, enthusiasm and determination for a brighter tomorrow. RSVP for this event AND HERE!…

MISSION: We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.

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Posted by Brenda Jennifer Peart on January 17, 2017 at 10:28 PM

Re: “Eater’s Gullah feature paints a false picture of modern Charleston

Support and invest in local chefs who carry on the tradition. They need more than pop up events.

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Posted by Brenda Jennifer Peart on March 29, 2016 at 10:12 AM
Posted by Brenda Jennifer Peart on August 27, 2015 at 9:20 PM

Re: “Chick's Fry House is all hype and no heat

I concur .. tried it and wondered if the extra layer of salt was because they needed to sell the craft beers.

Didnt pass the leftovers test either .... it was quite greasy.

They would have better bringing in a healtheir fare of food.
I hope they find a way to convert their products yet still maintain being a business in the area. At least have provided employment for a variety of folks!

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Posted by Brenda Jennifer Peart on August 6, 2015 at 1:13 PM

Re: “Local photographers imitate one New Yorker's quest to spotlight the common man

The first picture of people was Nov. 22, 2012 Thanksgiving Day.. WithoutWalls Ministry Community Dinner…

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Posted by Brenda Jennifer Peart on September 24, 2014 at 2:47 PM

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