We are a fellowship and advocacy organization, in Springboro, OH, dedicated to creating a safe community of empowered and unafraid BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) children and adults, who belong equally, with rights and privileges afforded to all, regardless of race, disability, economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or faith.
Saturday, March 12, 2021, 6-8pm
150 Remick Blvd.
Springboro, OH 45066
Join us as we celebrate Women's History Month!
This month, local African-American textile and quilt artist Maxine Thomas, will join us to share with us her professional and creative journeys. Not only is Maxine Thomas an accomplished artist, she has also led a distinguished career in law, as assistant attorney general in the state of Washington and as a professor and dean of the University of Georgia School of Law.
Here is a schedule of the evening's activities:
6-7pm: Potluck Dinner & Mingle
7-8pm: A talk with Maxine Thomas
This is a public event open to any who wish to attend. Please RSVP at the following SignUpGenius link. Those participating in our potluck dinner, also use the following link to let us know what food item you wish to share: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4BA8AF28A5FBC07-peacoc2.
PEACOC Monthly Fellowship Meetings
Parents of children of children of color and their families are welcomed to attend our monthly fellowship meeting, a time and place for families of color in Springboro and nearby communities to learn and connect with each other, build relationships, and network with other families of color in our community.
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