Community Church of Durham is proud to be a lead supporter of the new Oyster River Community Read, a community-wide collaborative program, where two memoirs will be center points for conversation and learning about racial justice, a United Church of Christ priority.Check out the website for the extensive calendar of events. Click here to learn more! A sample of upcoming events:
Open Mic: March 15, 7pm. Come share a poem, some music, or a short narrative on race and diversity. Durham Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2-14 Woodman Rd., Durham.
Lecture: New Date:- MAR 28, 6:30pm. Michael Ward discusses his autobiography, A Colored Man in Exeter. Lee Safety Complex, 20 George Bennett Rd., Lee. This first volume, A Colored Man in Exeter, recounts some of Harold’s experiences in the Exeter, NH area from 1959 until 1975. He and spouse, Virginia were equally relentless in disproving the existing stereotypes of the era.
Racism and Bias Community Workshop: April 8, 1-4pm, Fellowship Hall at Community Church. Take an opportunity to learn about race and bias, improve relationships and change the way we think. Facilitated by NH Listens of the Carsey School of Public Policy of UNH. Click here to sign up.