DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS

OF BLACK PEOPLE INC.
"UNIFYING COMMUNITY VOICES"
Presents

                    

Economic Self-Defense and Global Equity

Closing the Wealth Gap!

                      Tuesday, June 29, 2021 I 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST

 

Please join DCABP INC. in collaboration with the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People to discuss self-defense tactics for creating savings, setting up life insurance & trust, and community building through economic means. We have a panel of experts who will discuss topics such as generating wealth, capital investments, protecting your family from economic impacts, and more.

Moderated by: Terrance White

 

Panelists:

Derrius Quarles, CEO - BREAUX Capital

Jemond White, Financial Advisor - New York Life Insurance Company

Travis Rouse, Sr. Vice President & Eric Powell, Branch Manager - M&F Bank

John Balele, Board Member - African Diaspora of Las Vegas 

Dr. Henry McKoy, Executive Director - Hayti Reborn

Erik Landfried, Manager - Transit Equity Campaign 

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EDUCATION FORUM - FROM DURHAM TO DETROIT 
Live Recording via DCABPI Facebook page
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Hosted by 
Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People Inc.

Thanks for attending the Education Forum held on May 11, 2021 presented in collaboration with the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People, We Are, and the Southern Coalition for Social Justice - Youth Justice Project.

 

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HOUSING FORUM - REBUILDING OUR COMMUNITIES
Live Recording via DCABPI Facebook page

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Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People Inc.

Thanks for attending the Housing - Rebuilding Our Communities Forum held on April 21, 2021.

 

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HEALTH FORUM - MINORITY DISPARITIES
Live Recording via DCABPI Facebook page

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Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People Inc.

Thanks for attending the Health Forum held on March 30, 2021.

 

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Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People Inc.

Thanks for attending the Empowering the Next Generation Forum held on April 7, 2021.

 

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EMPOWERING THE NEXT GENERATION
Live Recording via DCABPI Facebook page

HIGHLIGHTS from April 7, 2021

Courageous Conversation:

Empowering the Next Generation 

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“Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.”
                                                                        — Mae Jemison

HIGHLIGHTS from February 24-25, 2021

Virtual Courageous Conversation: The Experience

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Virtual Courageous Conversation: The Experience Highlights
Virtual Courageous Conversation: The Experience Highlights

Multi-generation Attendees

Highlights from VCC: The Experience held on Feb. 24-25, 21
Highlights from VCC: The Experience held on Feb. 24-25, 21

CC Facilitator Andrea Johnson enlightens attendees during VCC.

VCC: The Experience Highlights
VCC: The Experience Highlights

NCCU Video Production Class immersed in VCC

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Virtual Courageous Conversation: The Experience Highlights

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Unifying Community Voices

 

Unifying Community Voices (UCV) is an initiative launched by DCABPI that includes a series of forums that coincides with a Community Revitalization Plan, along with Youth Creative Arts Expressions to address Social Justice and Racial Equity issues in Durham, NC.  Each UCV forum series session is guided by Courageous Conversation™, the transformative experience that acquaints individuals with a set of tools, the Protocol, to engage, sustain and deepen dialogues about race.

Participants will be introduced to the three components of the Protocol: The Compass, Four Agreements, and Six Conditions. The enlighten engagement with Courageous Conversation™ guides an exploration of the life impact of race, and promotes an essential literacy and consciousness to examine our own personal, professional and organizational development. Designed to meet participants at whatever their level of experience, Courageous Conversation™ enhances our effort to promote racial equity. These multiracial conversations about the roots of racial disparities are designed to challenge and amend the racially discriminatory policies, practices,and decisions (both intentional and unintentional) that contribute to these disparities.

Virtual Courageous Conversations

Over the course of this year we will tackle a range of important topics concerning Race and Social Justice issues that have significantly impacted our communities. Session topics will include:

● Virtual Courageous Conversation: The Experience
● Economics: Closing the Wealth Gap /                           

                        Black Business & the Economic Impact
● Housing: Rebuilding our Communities /                    

                    Housing Crisis & the Housing Bond
● Health: Minority Disparities in Underserved Populations
● Education: Student Achievement Amidst the Pandemic
● Civic: I Voted, Now What?
● Youth: Empowering the Next Generation

MANY THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS