Community Discussion of Black Mutual Aid Societies

Details
Date:

February 22

Time:

06:30 pm - 08:00 pm

Event Category:

Resist Community Series

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-discussion-of-black-mutual-aid-societies-tickets-809519593897
Organizer

Demetrius Frazier

Email: info@resistbooksellers.com Phone: 8048058721 Website: https://resistbooksellers.com
Venue

Resist Booksellers Bookstore

233 N Sycamore Street Suite B

Petersburg, VA, United States, 23803

Resist Booksellers in partnership with Petersburg Historical Foundation presents “The First Wavering Step of a People Toward Organized Social Life”

Join us for an engaging evening of conversation and connection taking place on Thursday, February 22, 2024 at 6:30 PM (EST). This in-person gathering will be held at Resist Booksellers Bookstore.

Discover the rich history and significance of Black mutual aid societies while engaging in meaningful dialogue with fellow community members. This event aims to foster a sense of solidarity, understanding, and empowerment within our community.

Together, we will explore the invaluable role of mutual aid societies in supporting and uplifting Black individuals and communities throughout history. From sharing resources to providing assistance during challenging times, these societies have played a crucial part in building resilience and promoting collective well-being.

Whether you are well-versed in the topic or just beginning to learn, this event welcomes individuals of all backgrounds and knowledge levels. Come prepared with questions, personal experiences, and an open mind as we delve into the importance of mutual aid and its relevance today.

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