Join People's Alliance and our progressive community partners and take action today!
Please join the Economic Inequality Action Team for its February meeting. Discussion topics will be determined at a later date.
Showcasing organizations working to resist racism, homophobia, sexism, Islamophobia, mysogyny and other forms of oppression. Open to the public who, now more than ever, is seeking ways to resist and make a difference.
Hosted in Durham Central Park Pavilion, organizations are invited to set up a table and share information and actions with those who attend. Attendance is free, but attendees will be encouraged to donate time and resources to the organizations tabling. Resisting organizations should offer attendees ways of connecting into a movement, provide specific opportunities to plug in and take action, and meet and organize with others who care passionately about their issue.
Free to progressive organizations (BYOT - bring your own table). To apply, please fill out this form.
Location and discussion topics TBA
Join us for the 1st Roundtable Discussion in a series surrounding the safety and equitable treatment of all students in Durham Public Schools. The Roundtables to follow in Parts II and III will focus on race equity, and our immigrant youth and sanctuary schools. At each forum, a representative from Durham Public Schools' new Office of Equity will be present to discuss the District's approach on these issues.
Buy your own dinner and be part of this informative Q&A with guests:
- Matt Hickson and Jacqui Batts: Founders of Bull City Schools United and teachers at Neal Middle and Northern High Schools
- Holly Jordan: Board member of Safe Schools NC, Safe Schools Trainer, and teacher and QSA founder at Hillside High School
- Dr. Daniel Kelvin Bullock: Executive Director of Equity Affairs for Durham Public Schools
- Two DPS Student Board Members of Bull City Schools United
Sponsored by the People's Alliance Education Team