Calendar of Events
We can keep connecting!
Virtual programming will continue during the summer of 2021. Programs in the works include including Fun Nights, featured presenters, workshops, and community calls. Virtual programming has been an essential community element through the pandemic and we hope you’ll be involved. Many prior events can be accessed in the calendar archive and on the public World Fellowship Facebook page.
Program registration is through Eventbrite, and will continue to be free with the option of donation.
Please reach out to alice @ worldfellowship for any support around virtual programming.
Heather M. Butts (JD, MPH, MA) will discuss the underlying reasons why so many marginalized communities have concerns when engaging with the formal medical system. In conversation with WFC's incoming Executive Director, Octavia Driscoll, Heather will speak to the importance of respecting that past and protecting those most vulnerable among us as we continue the reopening process.Find out more »
Robert Meeropol, the son of Abel Meeropol, who wrote the words and music to the anti-lynching anthem, Strange Fruit, discusses the songs’ origin, history and current impact.Find out more »
In 1619, the first ships delivering Africans to be sold into bondage arrived in Jamestown, an inciting event in America’s ongoing battle with inequality. In 2019, the 400 Years of Inequality coalition called on the nation to observe this anniversary. During this workshop, coalition members will share two new digital platforms that reflect on 4 centuries of inequity, more than 5 years of transformative organizing, 150+ community-based observances—and look toward the future. Presented by members of the 400 Years of…Find out more »