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Community Unites to Call for Healing and Action in Southeast Raleigh

Word of God Fellowship 3000 Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh, NC

RALEIGH, NC - November 30 - In response to the recent violence at Southeast Raleigh High School on Monday, November 27, faith and community leaders from Southeast Raleigh are issuing a citywide "call to action, prayer, and solution" this Sunday, December 3. Congregations throughout Raleigh are urged to gather after Sunday services at Word of […]

Black Women in Business Meet up/Co work

Liturgy Beverage Company 530 Foster Street, Suite 1, Durham, NC, United States

A fantastic event celebrating and empowering Black Women in Business! This in-person gathering will take place at the Liturgy Beverage Company on Foster Street in Durham, NC, USA. Come together with like-minded individuals to network, collaborate, and support each other's entrepreneurial journeys.

The 16th Annual Black Market Vendor Expo

Christian Styles Studio and Friends 3537 Maitland Drive, Raleigh, NC, United States

Michellez Event Center champions "buy everything black" and "giving back." There will be a Hair & Fashion Show at 3:30 pm – a celebration of local talent. Get your free ticket to support Black Excellence. Proceeds benefit local homeless missions through Ms. Martha's Meals and a toy giveaway.

23rd Annual African American Cultural Celebration

North Carolina Museum of History 5 E Edenton St, Raleigh, NC, United States

The African American Cultural Celebration serves as the statewide kickoff to Black History Month in North Carolina. Multiple demonstrations, presentations, and performances reach thousands of people, whether the celebration is held virtually or in person.

A Taste of Black History

Cary Senior Center 120 Maury Odell Place, Cary, NC, United States

People of African descent have played a significant role in shaping a uniquely American style of eating. Join us as we partake in a cultural cuisine experience in honor of Black History Month. Lunch will be provided by a locally Black-owned restaurant. Registration is required and will open late January.