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Creating Space

Our mission, working together with others, is to forge and continually expand a quality of leadership and beloved community to guide Greensboro into a new era of equitable economic sufficiency, peace, social, gender and racial justice that can serve as a model and inspiration for ourselves, our region, and our nation.

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The Beloved Organizing, Healing, and Training Institute (BOTHI)

BOTHI is dedicated to training community building organizers. That training will include helping to heal the  “soul” wounds and scars inflicted upon all of us growing out of our tortuous yesterdays, in particular people of color.

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Greensboro City Officials announced their intention to vote on a “Resolution of Apology by the Greensboro City Council for the Events that Have Come to be Known as the ‘November 3, 1979 Massacre’” at their monthly council meeting today, Tuesday, October 6, 2020.

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TESTIMONIALS

“The Beloved Community Center is a great space where all parts of our community comes together to discuss, plan and resolve social, civic, economic and environmental issues affecting our wellbeing.”
Jacki
“Thank you for your hospitality, your community compassion, & your willingness to share the story with others.”
Evon
“I had the Pleasure of experience History,Education and about Love for the world! Great Experience!”
Shirley

TESTIMONIALS

“The Beloved Community Center is a great space where all parts of our community comes together to discuss, plan and resolve social, civic, economic and environmental issues affecting our wellbeing.”
Jacki
“Thank you for your hospitality, your community compassion, & your willingness to share the story with others.”
Evon
“I had the Pleasure of experience History,Education and about Love for the world! Great Experience!”
Shirley

POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality.

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Greensboro City Officials announced their intention to vote on a “Resolution of Apology by the Greensboro City Council for the Events that Have Come to be Known as the ‘November 3, 1979 Massacre’” at their monthly council meeting today, Tuesday, October 6, 2020.

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40th Anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre

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