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, Nov. 13, 2021, 6-9pm
150 Remick Blvd.
Springboro, OH 45066
PEACOC formed in the summer of 2020 after heartbreaking events both locally and nationally led families of color to see that we needed to join together, make connections with one another, and advocate for our kids in order to empower them.
This November, let us gather to give thanks for our personal and community accomplishments and to learn from each other what is next.
This meeting will kick off a return to face-to-face fellowship among families of color, youth of color, and parents of children of color, in Springboro and surrounding communities, yet another thing we have to be thankful for! This meeting will be devoted to getting us reconnected and familiar with each other again.
Fellowship meetings include a potluck, so bring a favorite food to share. Masks are expected when indoors for this gathering. o help with planning, please sign up to provide a food item at https://www.signupgenius.com/.../10c0f4ba8af28a5fbc07...
Parents 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, to build relationships, and network with other families of color in our community. The evening will include programming (e.g. a panel, guest speaker, discussion session, group or family activity, etc.) We'll also discuss and provide updates on how become an official voting member of PEACOC and how to get involved in activities that serve to empower our children.
If you plan to attend, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. Or find us at the PEACOC Facebook page, join if you need to, and respond to the event.