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: email@example.com; instagram: staywoke_stayfit; call (919) 876-7187.
NC Public Service Workers Union UE Local 150, Canadian UNIFOR Union & National UE Union Convene for New members Organizing in Eastern NC
To volunteer to help contact UE150 at: (919) 833-1619
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, Instagram: staywoke_stayfit for more information and to RSVP.
A wonderful way to relieve daily stress and improve your overall health; Instructor – Donnae Ward-Laughinghouse; $7 suggested donation, but no one will be turned away; contact Donnae at email@example.com for more information and to RSVP.
Social Justice Fundraiser featuring the Retro Rhythm Section Band, Surprise Guests and DJ Ricky-Rick!
Featuring the Retro Rhythm Section Band, DJ Rick & Surprise Guest; donation $15 or 4 people get in for the price of 3! Music, food, trivia and prizes, good news, and fun! Sponsored by Broken Wings Music Group & Fruit of Labor WCC.
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.
We will talk with youth about social justice struggles in our communities; their civil, workers and human rights; and what to do if they are stopped by police.
Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center presents an evening featuring the Neo-Soul’cial Band, poets, artists and other guest musical guests
Come enjoy good music, good food, trivia, door prizes, good discussion at this social justice fundraiser. Tickets are $15. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (919) 876-7187 for more information.
Film, discussion, and snacks. $5 donation requested.
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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harriet Tubman Day is a holiday in honor of African-American anti-slavery activist Harriet Tubman (c. 1882-March 10, 1913); Short film, discussion, trivia & prizes, light refreshments, music. $5 donation requested.