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Racial Justice – African Americans

Murdoch Community Center – Rebuilding Black Wall Street – Thoughts on how Black Folks can plant, grow, and cultivate Wealth

As presented by the Southside Community Association: The Lived Black Experience Project – The community is invited to join us for a presentation and conversation on – Rebuilding Black Wall Street Thoughts on how Black Folks can plant, grow, and cultivate Wealth Speakers for this CommUnity Dialogue include: Michael Ruff, former Program Coordinator Cleveland E-City […]

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Maricopa County Branch NAACP – Criminal Justice Conversation

Criminal Justice Conversation September 25, 2021 at 11:30 am All ages are Welcome! https://bit.ly/MCBranchSep25 Speakers: Lieutenant Raj Johnson Attorney Gerald Richard Moderator: Princess Lucas-Wilson Chair Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Committee Incentives Offered: The first 10 participants between the ages of 16-35 will receive a $10 gift card! We hope you can join us for this very […]

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Maricopa County West Valley NAACP – Restore Your Voting Rights

To build and sustain voter empowerment and fend off voter suppression, the Political Policy Committee will have monthly ZOOM workshops, on the 4th Saturday of the month @11:00 a.m. If you have ay questions, please send an email to attend to: policy@wvnaacp.org. * Validate Voter Power (VVP) * Validate your voter status and/or register to […]

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Murdoch Community Center – COVID-19 & the Black commUnity

As presented by the Southside Community Association: The Lived Black Experience Project Join us for this special LBE CommUnity Dialogue – COVID-19 & the Black commUnity; Reflections, Concerns, the science, the vaccination, the variant, the economic impact, our families, and the future. A commUnity Conversation featuring: Dr. Chyke Doubeni Professor of Family Medicine and the […]

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Murdoch Community Center – and the Truth Shall Set Us Free – A Clergyman’s reflection on “the Color of Compromise” by J. Tisby’

The Lived Black Experience Project (as presented by the Southside Community Association) invites you to join us for this special commUnity Dialogue. “and the Truth Shall Set Us Free” A Clergyman’s reflection on Jemar Tisby’s critically acclaimed book “The Color of Compromise – The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism” and thoughts about […]

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