Join us in praying for Tedd Pullano and Ralph Carter as they drive to Washington D.C. with RocACTS, to attend the annual National Faith Forum February 28- March 3. They will gather for conferences among multi-faith and multi-cultural members, and engage in advocacy on Ash Wednesday when a group of clergy and other leaders will meet with Senators and Legislators.
Please consider the following events:
- MasterClass – The History You Weren’t Taught in School – Black History, Black Freedom & Black Love – Streaming FREE during Black History Month.
- Thursday, February 24, 6 – 7:30pm (free online event) – Representation in Cinema: The Harder They Fall, presented by Our Voices Project – sharing BIPOC stories through visual storytelling. Learn more about Our Voices Project at WXXI News, Connections with Evan Dawson: Discussing how the Our Voices Project is transforming curricula about black history.
- Monday, February 28, at 6:30pm – Flower City Black Brilliance, hosted by Connected Communities: EMMA & Beechwood. A showcase of Black talent, excellence, & history of Black brilliance in Rochester. Airing live on Facebook and YouTube.
- Join us on March 12 for the 2022 Greater Rochester Antiracist Education Virtual Conference: Teaching, Action, Equity, & Justice. 9:00am – 3:00pm. The conference will feature two keynote presentations from Dr. Bettina Love, author of We Want To Do More Than Survive and Dr. Decoteau J. Irby, author of Stuck Improving: Racial Equity and School Leadership and breakout sessions led by local youth, educators and activists. Register here (zoom link will be emailed the week of the conference).