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 May 2017

 

Monday, May 1 / May Day International Workers Day, Mass Actions Across the State! Updates at: http://trianglemayday.org/

Tuesday, May 2 / 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.

Friday, May 5 / 6pm Financial Health Workshop Session 5

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

Sunday, May 7 / 12pm – 3pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

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

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

Sunday, May 28 / 12pm – 3pm; Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble Meeting/Rehearsal & Jam

Sunday, May 28 / African Liberation Day; Film, discussion, food & music 4pm – 6:30pm. 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.

3rd, Saturday.  1pm. Forum: Growing War on Black America. What All Black people need to know about the growing freedom manifesto and the call for a national Black Assembly for Black Liberation. At Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center.

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