My Sister’s Keeper

We’re celebrating Black History Month! Join us for “My Sister’s Keeper” on Saturday, February 25th at 4pm at Westridge Place Apartments Clubhouse, 100 Donner Dr, Salisbury NC. We will have a panel discussion about financial literacy, group economics, and community development. Also there will be local female business owners vending their products at the event so, bring your dollars to circulate!  Photo Source: Createher Stock

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March: Women’s History Month

Women's History Month 2014This month, The Vine Events is commemorating Women’s History Month. National Women’s History Project (NWHP) theme for 2014 is “Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment”. Visit our social network pages for daily post about great women and their accomplishments. For more information about Women’s History Month and NWHP click here.

During March, we’re also hosting an online dialogue about African presence in the Bible. We’ll be discussing chapter 2 of Bishop J.W. Hood book “The Centennial of African Methodism” (click here to read). Bishop Hood was one of the founders of Livingstone College and Hood Theological Seminary was named after him. Both institutions are located in Salisbury, NC. Our dialogue will be on Tuesday, March 25th at 9pm EST. Visit Upcoming Events to RSVP.

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African American History Begins In Africa

Continent of AfricaWe are excited about February! We will be hosting a screening dialogue of the film “Prince Among Slaves” in honor of Black History Month. This documentary reveals the fact that African American History does not begin with slavery; African American History begins in Africa. The film is based on a true story about a Prince from West Africa named Abdul Rahman Sori, who was captured and sold to English slavers.

Our awareness campaign this month on our social media sites will highlight African History. We will dispel the myth that African slaves were uneducated and uncultured people. The United States was built and sustain by a people who possessed skills and knowledge that they acquired in Africa, not through slave owners.  Our campaign will affirm that African History is the foundation of African American History.

We invite you to join us on this journey as we learn about the African roots and legacy of a great people who forever changed America.

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