Community Yoga Class – Yoga for People of Color
Jun
24
6:30 PM18:30

Community Yoga Class – Yoga for People of Color

Focusing on the mental health of people of color. Join us for a restorative flow, deep breathing and a healing practice.  Men and women welcome.  Bring your mat. Presented by Hey Donnae, LLC. $7. Public employees receive a $2 discount. rsvp to: heydonnae@gmail.com; instagram: staywoke_stayfit; call (919) 876-7187.

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May
20
6:30 PM18:30

Community Yoga Class – Beginners and Intermediate

Yoga for people of color. Relax, rechard and let go in this healing practice for mental, emotional and physical health. Instructor – Donnae Ward-Laughinghouse ; $7. Presented by Hey Donnae LLC and the FOLWCC; contact heydonnae@gmail.com, Instagram: staywoke_stayfit for more information and to RSVP.


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SAVE THE DATE! 36th Annual M.L. King Support for Labor Banquet
Apr
13
5:00 PM17:00

SAVE THE DATE! 36th Annual M.L. King Support for Labor Banquet

  • NC Association of Educators Building (map)
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Tickets are on sale now! Donation: $40. Contact the FOLWCC to reserve yours today!

Akinyele Umoja is a scholar-activist and author, active over forty-five years in the New Afrikan Independence Movement. Umoja is a founding member of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and the New Afrikan Peoples Organization.

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Mar
14
7:00 PM19:00

Freedom & Justice Adult Book Club Meeting

  • Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center (map)
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If you love reading – biographies & non-fiction, suspense, mystery, historical fiction, science fiction, health/mind/fitness, poetry with a focus on African American and other writers of color; you are invited to come out.  We will be developing our next 6 months reading list. For more information contact: Angaza at (919) 876-7187 or frutioflaborwcc@netscape.com

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Mar
14
6:00 PM18:00

Freedom & Justice Youth Book Club Meeting (Ages 12-16)

  • Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

If you love reading – historical non-fiction, suspense, mystery, science fiction and historical fiction you are invited to come out. We will focus on African American and other writers of color and will be developing our next 6 months reading list. For more information contact: Nathanette at (919) 876-7187 or nlmayo5@yahoo.com

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