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March 2017

3rd , Friday; 6:30 pm FINANCIAL HEALTH WORK SHOP SERIES

Use the link www.fruitoflabor.org to go to our Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center calendar of events! For our FREE workshop please respond to this e-mail by replying with YOUR full name, telephone number and hard mail physical address! If you are bringing guests send their information as well!
  • LEARN ABOUT WHY THE RICH ARE GETTING RICHER…WORKERS & SMALL BUSINESSES ARE GETTING POORER! LEARN ABOUT THE PRESENT PERMANENT FINANCIAL CRISIS OF U.S. CAPITAL & WHAT YOU MUST DO? 
  • Take a fascinating look at the new dynamic factors of Capital that are making it harder and harder to pay your bills, save your shrinking wages, buy a house, take care of your children and live a good quality of life!
  • LEARN HOW TO USE THE “Five Laws of Credit” to stabilize your finances, get out of debt, and prepare for the financial and social challenges ahead!
  • LEARN HOW TO SHOP FOR DEVELOPER/ CONSTRUCTION & BANK FORECLOSURES..BUY A HOME / REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY THAT IS EASILY AFFORDABLE….for as low as $500 a month…
  • LEARN HOW TO SHOP FOR CARS AT AFFORDABLE PRICES WITHOUT GETTING BEAT WITH GIMMICKS & HIGH INTEREST!
  • Student Spotlight – Highlighting real success stories to avoid or get rid of college/ school debt
  • Plus! News of upcoming community symposiums, events, trainings, classes and more!

FINANCIAL HEALTH WORKSHOPS are designed to sharpen your learning, financial literacy skills and keep you excited about the many opportunities to take on the many challenges of the present economic /social crisis of today’s crisis of capital….and its impact on your financial situation.

It’s free and full of useful information.

Wishing You Well and SEE YOU SOON!
Angaza Laughinghouse/Nathanette Mayo

CO-Directors
FRUIT OF LABOR WORLD CULTURAL CENTER
4200 LAKE RIDGE DR.
RALEIGH, NC  27604

919-876-7187

3rd, Friday; 8 pm Wine & Cheese Networking Social; Free but, donations are welcome.

4th , Saturday, Hip Hop 4 Justice follow-up meeting; contact Angaza Mayo-Laughinghouse at 919-272-5169 for more info.

5th, Sunday; 12-3:00pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

5th, Sunday; 2:30-5:00pm; BWFJ Membership Assembly

6th, Monday; 4-7:00pm; UE150 NC Public Service Workers Union Rally at the State Capitol Bldg. (north side Edenton St. between Wilmington St. & Salisbury St.)

7th ,Tuesday ; World Cultural Cinema; Celebrating International Working Women’s Month; Watch 2 thought provoking films & participate in our lively discussion/critique/analysis; 3pm – 7pm; $5 suggested donation. Trivia Contest & Refreshments. Young Women Speak Out!

15th; Wednesday; 6pm; Fight for $15 Community Meeting; 2220 N. Roxboro Rd., Durham, NC

16th; Thursday; 9am-4:30pm; “Come to the Table” Conference ; at the Durham Civic Center; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble will present the workshop: Workplace, Community, Cultural Organizing in Harmony Building Solidarity In Action Through Music. For more information and registration contact Tahz Walker  at 919-259-9031.

18th, Saturday; 10am -11:00am; Zumba, Kickboxing, Toning & Stretching combination class; $7 donation includes a healthy snack after your workout. Call or email to pre-register & for a chance to win a prize!

19th, Sunday; 12-3:00pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

25th, Saturday; Old School Party ; 7 -11pm; Get your party on! Live band, dance & trivia contest with great prizes! $12-food included ; 4-4-$40 special before 9pm.

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April 2017

2nd, Sunday; 12-3:00pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

4th, Tuesday; World Cultural Cinema; Celebrating Earth Day; Watch a thought provoking film & participate in our lively discussion/critique/analysis; 6pm – 9pm; Potluck Dinner. Trivia Contest.

7th, Friday; 7pm FINANCIAL HEALTH WORK SHOP SERIES

7th, 8pm Wine & Cheese Networking Social; Free but, donations are welcome.

8th, Saturday; Black Workers for Justice 34th Birthday Celebration & its’ Annual M.L. King, Jr. Support for Labor Banquet; NC Association of Educations Bldg., 700 S. Salisbury St.; Raleigh, NC; 5pm sharp; tickets $40; contact FOLWCC for more & updated information.

9th, Sunday; Post M.L. King Banquet Annual Brunch & Discussion; 10am-12pm at the FOLWCC; free.

23rd, Sunday; 12-3:00pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

30th, Sunday; 12-3:00pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

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May 2017

2nd,Tuesday; World Cultural Cinema; May 1st International Workers’ Day; Watch a thought provoking film & participate in our lively discussion/critique/analysis on “The State of Workers & Our Struggles in the Current Political Climate” 6pm – 8:30pm; Potluck Dinner. Trivia Contest.

5th, Friday; 7pm FINANCIAL HEALTH WORK SHOP SERIES

5th, Friday; 8 pm Wine & Cheese Networking Social; Free but, donations are welcome.

7th, Sunday; 12-3:00pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

14th, Sunday; Annual Dinner at the FOLWCC Celebrating Working Women & Mothers as Peacemakers & Justice Seekers; 2:00pm – 5:00pm; $15; Come out with your family as we recognize & celebrate the strong women building & making a difference our families and communities. Film, discussion, music & great food!

20th ,Saturday; Hip Hop 4 Justice sponsors a Know Your Rights when Dealing with the Police Workshop/Brunch; 10am-12 pm.; Free, but donations accepted & appreciated

28th ,Sunday; 12-3:00pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

28th, Sunday, African Liberation Day; Film, discussion, food & music 4-6:30 pm Free but, donations are welcome.

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June 2017

2nd; Friday; 7pm FINANCIAL HEALTH WORK SHOP SERIES – Final class in the series

2nd, 8pm Wine & Cheese Networking Social; Free but, donations are welcome.

4th, Sunday; 12-3:00pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

10th, Saturday; FOLWCC 1st Annual Freedom Summer Bazaar; 12-5:00pm; Come out and meet local & regional people of color artists, craft persons, designers, chefs, musicians and other small business owners as we practice the Kwanzaa principle of Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics) throughout the year!

18th, Sunday; Annual Juneteenth Celebration & 9th Annual Spoons of Justice Cook-Off; 2:00pm – 5:00pm; Calling all “Sisters who can Stir” & “Brothers who can Burn” to see who can claim this year’s coveted Cook-Off Champion Trophy! Enter your best dish and the people will judge who wins! Chef Entrance fee: $10. If it is advisable that you not share your culinary skills with the general public; come out, taste dishes that are entered, be a judge & help pick this year’s winner! It’ll only cost you $10, 2-4-$17 or 4-4-$30. E-mail us at the address above for a registration form & more information.

22nd -25th, Thursday-Sunday; Annual Great Labor Arts Exchange; for more information contact: Elise Bryant, execdir@laborheritage.org Phone: (202) 637-3963.

For more information contact: 919-876-7187 or email: fruitoflaborwcc@netscape.com

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