Program Team meeting ๐Ÿ—“ ๐Ÿ—บ

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. Weโ€™ll be participating in the SpiritHouse Durham Reads program.
  • And more…

7 thoughts on “Program Team meeting ๐Ÿ—“ ๐Ÿ—บ

  • 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 donโ€™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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