Our February Lunchtime Conversation via Zoom will be on February 15th from 11:45 – 1:00. Program starts at noon.
We welcome Mandy Carter to discuss diversity and inclusion, “We the People: Our New North Carolina Identity”. Questions for each member to consider before Monday:
- How long would it take to change the dynamics in the NCGA to reflect the demographics of North Carolina?
- Who is needed to assist with that change?
- What is needed to assist with that change?
- What action can you take to assist with that change?
Ms. Carter is a North Carolina African American lesbian social justice activist with a 54-year movement history of social, racial and LGBTQIA+ justice organizing since 1967. Ms. Carter is a life-time member of the National Organization for Women and belongs to NC NOW as well as Durham NOW. Ms. Carter was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize as part of the 1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005 in order to recognize, make visible and celebrate the impressive and valuable, yet often invisible peace work of thousands of women around the world. The 1000 women from 150 countries were guided in their work by nonviolence, integrity, and selflessness. www.1000peacewomen.org
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