Program Team meeting 🗓 🗺

Scheduled Programming
Temple Building 302 West Main Street Durham, NC 27701 Map

The program team will host a gathering for all of you who are interested in getting involved in any of the following:

  • Helping to plan an organizing training for those of us who want to know more about how to organize and call in our friends and family

  • Hosting a living room conversation (small potluck dinners in your home) around issues like anti-racist parenting, building awareness around white privilege and other barriers to multiracial organizing, Islamophobia

  • Hosting a book club in Durham. We’ll be participating in the SpiritHouse Durham Reads program.
  • And more…

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7 thoughts on “Program Team meeting 🗓 🗺

  • I had RSVPed several weeks ago and unfortunately am unable to attend now. I would like to stay informed, however! Thank you for your time!

  • I believe I have already RSVP’ed to attend on Thursday. I am sorry if I missed any communications about this, but do you need us to bring any food to share? If so, what would be best (appetizers, salad, snack?).

    • Tara, Anything you’d like and that is easy and vegetarian. We have some folks who are gluten free as well. Thanks!

  • I’d like to volunteer for the following: Gentrification/segregation & Mass incarceration, and
    “Working in coalition to assure that the new Durham Police Chief
    is committed to policing practices that don’t discriminate against communities of color.”
    The issues go far beyond just “racial profiling at traffic stops”
    what about UNDOCUMENTED
    use of force against PEDESTRIANS, especially in & near “TARGET AREAS” and
    UNDOCUMENTED
    use of force, even GUNS: see link below, published shortly before Lopez was forced out:
    http://wncn.com/2015/08/09/police-use-of-force-records-inconsistent-across-jurisdictions/

  • Do you have education programs and social action groups for families – we have twin 6 year old boys – we are a white, heterosexual family and we really want to expand the critical conciousness of our family and sons. We know we need a community in order to do this. Thank you, Sue

    • Hi Sue,
      Unfortunately, no we do not offer programs for families but I am hopeful that there are non-profits and other resource centers that must in the area! However, we are hoping to host a living room conversation about anti-racist parenting. Would you be interested in this? If so, I can make sure and send your email address to Gann Herman.
      Best,
      Kristen Cox

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