To uplift meaningful narratives of the diverse experiences of African American & African diasporic cultures through performance art.
To increase educational opportunities for African American youth; develop programs to empower youth and succeed academically; provide role models for young black males, and strengthen community support and involvement for black youth.
Provide exciting and engaged learning opportunities by implementing aquaponics programs in schools, institutions, and in communities of need.
18 Springs Community Healing Center is a space that reimagines wellness & calls the community to be responsible for the collective care of all.
Through workshops, therapies, spiritual practices, & community events we address wounds created by systems of power & oppression. We resist these systems by healing our relationships with our bodies, with one another, and with the earth.
Connecting rural communities with resources to activate youth power and advocate for realistic solutions and healthier lifestyles.
To provide advocacy, education and support of ocular melanoma.
To create a tiny home community starting with homeless veterans and the expanding to all homeless in the the city of Fayetteville.
We empower people with opportunities to secure safe and stable housing in the Triangle through engagement, education, and support.