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Charlotte: #WOKE100 List, Tegan and Sarah, AIDS Walk, Open Trail, Guggenheim Fellow, Art Program

Carolinas News Notes

Bishop Tonyia Rawls has been named to ESSENCE magazine’s #WOKE100 List, Tegan and Sarah are heading to Charlotte, the House of Mercy’s AIDS Walk shares fundraising numbers, a new trail has been opened in Charlotte, John Love, Jr. has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship and an innovative art program is popping up across the Greater Charlotte area.

Triad: Eli Conley, Chastity Scott, Fundraising Dinner

Carolinas News Notes

Contemporary folk artist Eli Conley will play at a benefit for North Star LGBTQ Community Center, Christian artist Chastity Scott will perform at Metropolitan Community Church of Winston-Salem and Triad Health Project is engaging in a fundraising dinner event.

Research Roundup: Coral Project seeks participants

Carolinas News Notes

The Mozilla Foundation, in partnership with the Mayborn School of Journalism at the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, is looking for volunteers to participate in their Having Our Say: Online News Consumption and Commenting Behaviors Among Women and Non-Binary/Non-Gender Conforming People of Color.

U.S./World: SONG Fundraiser, Bishop’s Consecration

Beyond the Carolinas

Southerners on New Ground (SONG) raised over $32,000 in less than 24 hours to help support the work of the National Black Mama’s Bail Out Action on Give Out Day last month, and the trial of out Bishop Karen Oliveto was held by the United Methodist Church and the Judicial Council found that her consecration violated church law by a 6-3 decision, the United Methodist News Service reported.