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.
Dec. 12 - 7-8:30pm via Zoom
(open to the public)
“BIPOC Talk with a Springboro Alum”
A graduate of Springboro High School will discuss their experiences as a student of color in a predominately white suburban school in a discussion moderated by current Springboro HS students Abigail Tucker and Sahiba Salmon.
For Zoom meeting link, please contact us.
NOTE: Due to heightened risk levels related to COVID-19, this event will be held on Zoom and open to the public.
Parents of children of color, and their children, of course!, are welcomed to attend our monthly fellowship meetings, a time and place for families of color in Springboro and nearby communities to learn and connect with each other. We'll also discuss and provide updates on how to get involved in activities that serve to empower our children.
If you'd like to learn more about a fellowship meeting or about PEACOC, please contact us.
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