Our Social Justice and Community Organizing (SJCO) educational offerings provide applicable skills for organizing. Our 2022-2023 workshops will celebrate and support Charlotte’s communities of organizers and changemakers.
- Queens Learning Society will be hosting Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Isabel Wilkerson, whose acclaimed works address the history of race and caste in America. In preparation for her visit, the Greenspon Center will host book discussion groups. Dates coming soon.
Check out some our past programs…
- On May 11, 2023, the Greenspon Center hosted a screening of the documentary "Racist Roots: Origins of North Carolina's Death Penalty" followed by a panel discussion with Henderson Hill, founder and first director of the Center for Death Penalty Litigation in Durham, NC, Alfred Rivera, who became the first person in North Carolina since 1989 to be freed from death row when he was acquitted of two charges of first-degree murder, UNCC history professor Dr. Gregory Mixon, and activist and scholar Dr. Rodney Sadler, of Union Presbyterian Seminary in Charlotte. View recording here.
- Visioning session for our Listening Project: Learning From 80 Years of Social Justice Organizing History in Charlotte in 2021 View recording here.
Images sourced from unsplash.com by Sincerely Media and Shane Rounce