The 1969 A&T Dudley Revolt Revisited

The Struggle for Real Democracy in Greensboro's Segregated Jim Crow School System of 1969   Dudley High School North Carolina A&T State University                   A&T/Dudley Revolt 50th Anniversary Commemoration Co-Executive Director, Joyce Johnson welcoming guest at the 50th Anniversary of the 1969

Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Over Hogtying Death of Marcus Smith

  PRESS STATEMENT From the Justice for Marcus Smith Coalition The Greensboro Pulpit Forum and The Beloved Community Center WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2019 Click HERE to watch the press conference. Today, 4/10/19, nationally prominent civil rights attorney Flint Taylor, of the People’s Law Office of Chicago, and Greensboro Attorney Graham Holt filed a federal civil […]

Community Mass Meeting – Did Hogtieing Lead to Death?

  All Come! It is so important that you and all your friends come out on Monday night.  Monday, Dec. 3rd, 2018, 6:30 pm, Shiloh Baptist Church, 1210 South Eugene St. Our Constitution grants that all power is in the hands of “the people.”  We must use our power to compel our Police and City Council to do the […]

We congratulate BCC member Rev. Wesley J. Morris

  We congratulate BCC member Rev. Wesley J. Morris for his installation as Pastor of the Faith Community Church, on Sunday, October 14th, 2018.  Rev. Wesley, a recent graduate of Union Theological Seminary in New York, is the director of  the BCC Beloved Organizing, Training and Healing Institute (BOTHI). BOTHI’s  mission is to provide training in […]

Beloved Network “Voter Check-in Meeting” Saturday, October 27th

  Beloved Network “Voter Check-in Meeting” Saturday, October 27th, 10 am – 11 am at BCC – 417 Arlington St. NEW VOTER GUIDES ARE AVAILABLE! Can be picked up Monday-Friday at BCC from 10am-5pm or by appointment by calling 336-230-0001. Let’s continue to learn, cooperate, unite, and support each other’s efforts to mover our city, state, […]