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Stomp Out Crime: Uniting Columbia, SC Against Violence

Updated: May 13



In the face of rising crime rates and the unsettling proliferation of firearms in our neighborhoods, the citizens, business owners, community leaders, and nonprofits of Columbia, South Carolina, came together for the annual Stomp Out Crime event. We recognized the urgency of the situation and understood that collective action was essential to reclaiming our streets and ensuring the safety of our families.


The event, held this past Saturday at Dutch Square Mall, was not just a gathering but a declaration of solidarity and determination. We refuse to accept violence as a norm in our community, and we are committed to finding solutions together. From thought-provoking discussions to heartfelt testimonials, we engaged in dialogue about the root causes of crime and brainstormed effective strategies to address them.





Among the attendees were community leaders, business owners, nonprofit representatives, and concerned citizens, all sharing their perspectives and experiences. Together, we explored avenues for intervention and prevention, recognizing that no single entity can solve this complex issue alone.




Even our local law enforcement agencies were present, offering insights and resources to empower citizens in their efforts to combat crime. From Crime Stoppers initiatives to community policing strategies, we discussed actionable steps that individuals can take to contribute to a safer environment for all.



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The event was not merely a gathering of voices; it was a demonstration of our collective resolve to create a brighter future for Columbia. With over 2,000 participants in attendance, it was clear that our community cares deeply about its well-being and is willing to take proactive steps to effect positive change.


As we reflect on the success of the Stomp Out Crime event, we are reminded of our shared values of peace, safety, and opportunity for all. Together, we stand united against violence, determined to reclaim our streets and leave a legacy of resilience and harmony for future generations.



Thank you to all the nonprofit organizations, community leaders, and individuals who contributed to making this event a success. Your dedication and passion are inspiring, and together, we will continue to strive for a safer, stronger Columbia.



We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the Stomp Out Crime Team for their outstanding efforts in organizing this impactful event. Their dedication and hard work have truly made a difference in our community, and we are immensely grateful for their commitment to creating a safer environment for us all.



A special thank you goes out to Hush No More, Juanita Britt McDonald, Dr.Vanessa Dunn Guyton, Tracy Spencer-Sandolph, Hardy Handz Foundation, Dorlisa Adams, Teaira Vantara-Desireé Mack, and all others involved in making this event a success. Your contributions and support have been invaluable, and we deeply appreciate everything you have done to help us combat crime and promote peace in Columbia.





As we continue our journey toward a safer and more united community, we invite everyone to stay tuned for a recap of this event on The Tina Ramsay Show powered by CTR Media Network. Together, let's keep the momentum going and work towards a brighter future for all. 


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Enjoy these photos from the event.




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