In Charlotte, Bishop Tonyia M. Rawls created the Freedom Center for Social Justice (FCSJ) 10 years ago to be a “culture-shifting organization committed to the growth, safety, and empowerment of marginalized populations.”
The Rev. William Barber II, the well-known North Carolina-based progressive faith leader and founder of the Moral Mondays Movement, will speak at a one-day conference hosted in the Queen City on Oct. 6.
The North Carolina AIDS Action Network (NCAAN) delivered a presentation on the recent modernization of North Carolina’s HIV criminal law during the opening plenary at the HIV is NOT a Crime III National Training Academy and the Trans Faith and Action Network Retreat will be held from Aug. 16-19.
The Freedom Center for Social Justice has announced that its Transgender Faith and Action Network Retreat call for proposals form is live and TriPrideTN, which was formed in October 2017, is gearing up for its first annual TriPride Parade and Festival on Sept. 15.