Join the Women Cultural Diversity Meetup Group

This women’s group is a social meetup group based on cultural diversity of women. Its mission is to build local communities with women through culture. Would you like to experience new things and meet people from different backgrounds? Come out and let’s create a colorful group of great people!

We will host several meetings in the neighborhood libraries. Click here for the full schedule.

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Employment: Executive for Racial Justice

Summary of Responsibilities:

The Executive for Racial Justice gives leadership to the organization of United Methodist Women – in the area of racial justice and institutional racism through programs, policies and action models. This position resources United Methodist Women in the implementation of the Charter for Racial Justice Policies of the United Methodist Church.  This position leads the work of implementing the priority issue of Criminalization of Communities of Color, focusing on Ending School-to-Prison Pipeline.  This position engages in this work by relating to relevant partners within the United Methodist Church, ecumenical partners and coalitions working in the area of racial justice and diversity work.

For additional information on the specific duties related to the position, click here.

8/21 Event: Order of Protection Workshop

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8/3 Event: Breastfeeding Fiesta: Partying for a Milky Purpose at the Zoo

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6/10 Event: Zumba

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5/6 Event: Annual Health Fair

The FSBC Christian Community Health Team Announces The Annual Health Fair

Saturday May 6, 2017

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Open to the public

Free services, including:

  • Adult/Children physical examinations
  • Blood pressure screening
  • Diabetes and cholesterol screening
  • Pap smear/Mammogram/OB-GYN
  • Seminars/Health Teaching/Nutrition
  • Prostate Cancer Screening
  • Podiatrist
  • Dentist
  • Psychiatrist & Counseling

Event held at Eglise Baptiste D’Expression Francaise, 204 Vanderbilt Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11205

For more information, call (917) 202-4984.