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C2C Conference - Guest Speaker: Judge Glenda Hatchett

  11/20/2014 - 11/23/2014 See details for times, at Union Baptist Church 1200 N. Trade Street, Winston-Salem

  Union Baptist Church will hold their 11th Annual Corner 2 Corner Drug Dealers and Street Life Conference (C2C) November 20 - 23, 2014.Special guest speaker is Judge Glenda Hatchett. Registration is free and open to individuals involved in forms of street life, on probation for drug and other related charges, recovering addicts, substance abuse centers, rehabilitation programs and agencies. The conference will include: workshops, testimonies from delivered drug dealers and families, breakfast,lunch and community worship services. Groups and individuals may register online on the church website below.

  Cost: Registration is free and open to the public

  Need more information?  336-724-9305    khood@unionbaptistwsnc.org  www.unionbaptistwsnc.org



 International Women’s Health Summit

  11/20/2014 - 11/21/2014 See details for times, at Novant Health Forsyth Medical Conference Center Silas Creek Pkw, Winston-Salem

  Novant Health Maya Angelou Center for Women’s Health and Wellness will host the 2nd annual International Women’s Health Summit. The Summit is a multinational collaboration dedicated to highlighting and improving the health of women around the world. National and international participants will engage in two days of dialogue, planning and networking in response to keynote and panel presentations. Confirmed speakers for the event include: Melissa Harris Perry, host of MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry,” Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Wake Forest University; Robin Emmons, founder and executive director, Sow Much Good, 2012 CNN Hero; Razia Jan, president and founder, Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation, 2013 CNN Hero; Estella Pyfrom, CEO and founder, Estella’s Brilliant Bus, A Class Act Learning Center, 2013 CNN Hero; Mildred Muhammad, author, Sacred Silent, founder, After The Trauma, Inc., ex-wife of the Beltway Sniper; Amiya Alexander, president and founder, Amiya’s Mobile Dance Academy, 2010 Black Enterprise Teenpreneur; and Elisa Basnight, JD, MPA, director of the Center for Women’s Affairs, US Department of Veterans Affairs.

  Cost: See Online Registration

  Need more information?  www.novanthealth.org/womensconference




  11/22/2014 - 11/23/2014 See details for times, at ENTERPRISE CONFERENCE AND BANQUET CENTER 1922 S MARTIN LUTHR KING JR. DRIVE, Winston-Salem

  BUILDNG GOD’S HOUSE The Reuben K. Mildred T. Hash Story is scheduled for Saturday November 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday at 4:00 p.m. BGH is the true story of the test and trials of Mother Mildred T. Hash and the late Reuben K. Hash the founders of St. Peters World Outreach Center.

  Cost: $20.00 Adv / $25.00 @ Door

  Need more information?  (336) 413-1305    edlowery1@gmail.com


 EXPERIENCING TOLLIVER: Selections from the collection of Dr. James & Juanita Pilgrim

11/6/2014 - 1/31/2015 See details for times, at Delta Arts Center 2611 New Walkertown Road, Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts returns to its classic roots with this stunning exhibit of 20th Century art world great, William Tolliver (1951-2000) whose paintings are known for their use of color, shape, texture and line. His unique style has been termed `representational abstract expressionism` and critically ranked with the likes of Romare Bearden and Jacob Lawrence. The works belong to the collection of Dr. James & Juanita Pilgrim who have spent there life together collecting art. Mrs. Pilgrim was attracted to the works because of their use of color and line, `and it’s obvious he painted from the heart ` she says. Pilgrim said Tolliver became a close family friend. William Tolliver’s works belong to the permanent collections of The Corcoran Museum of Washington, DC, The Hampton University Museum and the Zigler Museum. This is the first solo exhibition of the artists work in Winston-Salem, NC. Delta Arts Centers’ exhibit features 22 original works that are reminiscent of his childhood in rural Mississippi and have been described by Louisiana State University professor of art Joann E. Quillman in the book Celebration of Life and Color, with these choice words `...Tolliver’s people became monuments to celebrate the dignity of honest labor and to celebrate life itself.` You do not want to miss this rare opportunity to view these master works in your own backyard.

  Cost: Free and Open to the Public

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