Tomorrow Starts Today
Regina Hall will provide an overview of the wicked problems facing poverty-stricken communities and the hopelessness that it breeds in residents. This talk also highlights a national community development model with an audacious approach to combat inter-generational poverty at the neighborhood level in 28 cities across the country, including Winston-Salem.
Meet us in the Emerson/Thoreau Rooms or join us online here –> https://uufws.org/virtual-forum
We invite you to come and explore “The Forum,” an adult educational presentation and discussion group held both in person and online at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston-Salem each Sunday from 9:00 – 10:10 AM.
Topics include current events, books, travel, community action, careers, social issues and more. Each event usually begins with a presentation, followed by friendly and lively discussion.
Guests and visitors are welcome. Just show up ready to think, listen and participate as much or as little as you wish. Each week’s topic and presenter are generally announced 2-4 weeks in advance.
Gathering and informal conversation begins at 8:45am. The presentation/discussion begins at 9:00am.
To attend in person: 4055 Robinhood Road, Winston-Salem, in the Emerson Thoreau rooms. Enter the main doors, go left and continue down to the end of the hall.
To attend online via Zoom: https://uufws.org/virtual-forum