Minority Men’s Network events will be posted on this calendar. In addition, we are happy to post items of interest to the community.
If you or your organization have an event you would like us to post on our calendar, please e-mail the details to us at: info@minoritymensnetwork.org

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“Perilous Visions” – Thomas Hart Benton Exhibit – August 2018 thru Spring 2019 – State Historical Society of Missouri (Columbia)
“Perilous Visions” – Thomas Hart Benton Exhibit – August 2018 thru Spring 2019 – State Historical Society of Missouri (Columbia) @ The State Historical Society of Missouri -
Sep 8 2018 – Mar 31 2019 all-day
"Perilous Visions" - Thomas Hart Benton Exhibit - August 2018 thru Spring 2019 - State Historical Society of Missouri (Columbia) @ The State Historical Society of Missouri -  | Columbia | Missouri | United States
Benton’s “The Harvest” (1941-1942) After the United States entered World War II, Missouri artist Thomas Hart Benton responded to the national crisis by working through his thoughts and emotions on canvas. Executed between 1941 and 1944, the works in the Benton’s Perilous Visions  exhibition manifest the anxiety, horror, grief, and resolve that Benton and his audience experienced during the war. Visit the Columbia center now to explore ten of Benton’s paintings and their allegorical images,  Read More
Absentee Voting for April 2nd General Election in Boone County Began Tuesday 2.19.2019 until 5pm Wednesday 3.27.2019
Absentee Voting for April 2nd General Election in Boone County Began Tuesday 2.19.2019 until 5pm Wednesday 3.27.2019 @ Boone County Clerk's Office - Rm 236
Feb 19 – Mar 27 all-day
Absentee Voting for April 2nd General Election in Boone County Began Tuesday 2.19.2019 until 5pm Wednesday 3.27.2019 @ Boone County Clerk's Office - Rm 236 | Columbia | Missouri | United States
Absentee voting began Tuesday February 19th! Stop by our office to vote in-person, or visit our website to request a ballot! Note dates and requirements for casting your ballot for the April 2nd General Election.  http://bit.ly/voteboonemo-absentee — at Boone County Clerk’s Office.
MMN First Friday – Friday 3.1.2019 – Flat Branch Pub and Brewing – 5-7pm 5:00 pm
MMN First Friday – Friday 3.1.2019 – Flat Branch Pub and Brewing – 5-7pm @ Flatbranch Pub and Brewing
Mar 1 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
MMN First Friday - Friday 3.1.2019 - Flat Branch Pub and Brewing - 5-7pm @ Flatbranch Pub and Brewing | Columbia | Missouri | United States
LOTS going on this week, but it’s not too early to be thinking about First Friday with the Minority Men’s Network. The True/False Festival will be going on, but the men will be at Flat Branch FRIDAY 3.1.2019 from 5pm to 7pm. Those in attendance will find diverse men engaged in stimulating conversation. You can come and get some good “ribbing”, as well as ribs or wings, catfish or whatever. We typically enjoy appetizers  Read More
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Distinguished Lecture with Dr. Tererai Trent – TONIGHT, Tuesday 3.5.2019 – Missouri Theatre – 6:30pm 6:30 pm
Distinguished Lecture with Dr. Tererai Trent – TONIGHT, Tuesday 3.5.2019 – Missouri Theatre – 6:30pm @ Missouri Theatre
Mar 5 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Distinguished Lecture with Dr. Tererai Trent - TONIGHT, Tuesday 3.5.2019 - Missouri Theatre - 6:30pm @ Missouri Theatre | Columbia | Missouri | United States
We are excited to have Dr. Tererai Trent, internationally recognized author, humanitarian, and speaker, visit Mizzou in commemoration of International Women’s Day and in honor of Black History Month! Distinguished as Oprah Winfrey’s “All-Time Favorite Guest”, Dr. Trent is a scholar, humanitarian, motivational speaker, educator, mentor, and founder of Tererai Trent International, a foundation which envisions empowered rural communities where all children have access to quality education regardless of their  Read More
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FREE Diabetes A1C Blood Glucose Testing – Wednesday 3.6.2019 – Boone Hospital Center Diabetes Education – 7:30-11:30am 7:30 am
FREE Diabetes A1C Blood Glucose Testing – Wednesday 3.6.2019 – Boone Hospital Center Diabetes Education – 7:30-11:30am @ Broadway Medical Plaza 3, Suite 102
Mar 6 @ 7:30 am – 11:30 am
FREE Diabetes A1C Blood Glucose Testing - Wednesday 3.6.2019 - Boone Hospital Center Diabetes Education - 7:30-11:30am @ Broadway Medical Plaza 3, Suite 102 | Columbia | Missouri | United States
These FREE screenings are BACK in 2019. Mark you calendar for the March 6th screening. Head over to Boone Hospital Center to #knowyourstatus. #a1c #bhbc #dadmissouri. Call to Register! What is A1C? What is your personal A1C? Many of us are dying because we don’t know. Do your research and if you live in Columbia, MO, you have resources to help you take control of your health and your LIFE. Note additional dates for 2019. Thanks,  Read More
Schiffman Ethics in Society Lecture: A Conversation with the BLACKkKLANSMAN – Ron Stallworth- Wednesday 3.6.2019 – Columbia College – 7:30pm 7:30 pm
Schiffman Ethics in Society Lecture: A Conversation with the BLACKkKLANSMAN – Ron Stallworth- Wednesday 3.6.2019 – Columbia College – 7:30pm @ Launer Auditorium - Columbia College
Mar 6 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Schiffman Ethics in Society Lecture: A Conversation with the BLACKkKLANSMAN - Ron Stallworth- Wednesday 3.6.2019 - Columbia College - 7:30pm @ Launer Auditorium - Columbia College  | Columbia | Missouri | United States
A Conversation with the BlacKkKlansman Ron Stallworth ’07 Spike Lee’s latest film, “BlacKkKlansman” (watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFc6I0rgmgY), was recently nominated for six Academy Awards. We are honored to count the person the movie is based on, Ron Stallworth, as one of our alumni. Mr. Stallworth’s memoir, Black Klansman, is based on his experience as an undercover police officer in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in the late 70s. It highlights how  Read More
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An Evening with Feminista Jones – Thursday 3.7.2019 – Wrench Auditorium – 4:30-6:30pm 4:30 pm
An Evening with Feminista Jones – Thursday 3.7.2019 – Wrench Auditorium – 4:30-6:30pm @ Wrench Auditorium -
Mar 7 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
An Evening with Feminista Jones - Thursday 3.7.2019 - Wrench Auditorium - 4:30-6:30pm @ Wrench Auditorium -
The Department of Women’s & Gender Studies welcomes you to attend an Evening with Feminista Jones as she talks about her recent work on activism, advocacy, and intersectionality in a digital world; highlighting the central roles black feminists and black feminism play in powerful contemporary political movements (like #BlackLivesMatter, #SayHerName, #YouOKSis..). A brief reception will follow. A limited number of copies of her newest book, Reclaiming Our Space will be  Read More
“Tips and Strategies for Talking with Your Legislators”, Presented by Martha Stevens – Thursday 3.7.2019 – MU Clark Hall – 6-7pm 6:00 pm
“Tips and Strategies for Talking with Your Legislators”, Presented by Martha Stevens – Thursday 3.7.2019 – MU Clark Hall – 6-7pm @ MU Clark Hall, Rm 531
Mar 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
"Tips and Strategies for Talking with Your Legislators", Presented by Martha Stevens - Thursday 3.7.2019 - MU Clark Hall - 6-7pm @ MU Clark Hall, Rm 531 | Columbia | Missouri | United States
MU’s Social Workers for Social Action (SWSA) has invited Martha Stevens to provide us with “Tips and Strategies for Talking with Your Legislators” on Thursday, March 7th from 6pm-7pm. Event will be held in Clark Hall, room 531! If you are unable to attend in person, join the discussion via Zoom using this link: https://mizzou.zoom.us/j/5738843907
Candidate Forum – CoMo Mayor and School Board – Thursday 3.7.2019 – Boone County Government Ctr – 6:30pm 6:30 pm
Candidate Forum – CoMo Mayor and School Board – Thursday 3.7.2019 – Boone County Government Ctr – 6:30pm @ Boone County Government Center
Mar 7 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Candidate Forum - CoMo Mayor and School Board - Thursday 3.7.2019 - Boone County Government Ctr - 6:30pm @ Boone County Government Center | Columbia | Missouri | United States
We are really looking forward to hearing more about where the candidates stand on critical issues regarding climate change and energy concerns. As you may know, we provide the candidates with the questions we’re asking them to address in advance. We thought some of you might be interested in the questions we’re asking, so we are sharing here links to these. You will find, we believe, these questions to be  Read More
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CoMO Africa Fest 2019 – Friday 3.8.2019 – Missouri Theatre – 7pm 7:00 pm
CoMO Africa Fest 2019 – Friday 3.8.2019 – Missouri Theatre – 7pm @ Missouri Theatre
Mar 8 @ 7:00 pm
CoMO Africa Fest 2019 - Friday 3.8.2019 - Missouri Theatre - 7pm @ Missouri Theatre | Columbia | Missouri | United States
The Power and Promise of Women, our third annual celebration of African Culture, will feature female performers and speakers representing Africa and all facets of the African diaspora. Join us for singing, drumming, dance, African art and more! Co-hosts this year are Jabberwocky Studios and the Mizzou African Graduate Student and Professional Association. Price: $12 individual, $20 family Date: March 8, 2019 Time: Doors open at 6PM, Performance starts at 7PM. Venue: Missouri Theatre,  Read More
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Columbia Farmers’ Market Grand Opening – Saturday 3.9.2019 – CoMO Ag Park – 8am-Noon 8:00 am
Columbia Farmers’ Market Grand Opening – Saturday 3.9.2019 – CoMO Ag Park – 8am-Noon @ MU Health Pavilion
Mar 9 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Columbia Farmers' Market Grand Opening - Saturday 3.9.2019 - CoMO Ag Park - 8am-Noon @ MU Health Pavilion | Columbia | Missouri | United States
Join the Columbia Farmers Market’s monumental move back home and into the MU Health Care Pavilion at Columbia’s Agriculture Park! The Summer Season kicks off March 9, 2019, holding the first farmers’ market under the new market pavilion! Make sure to celebrate this exceptionally special day by shopping with all of your favorite Columbia Farmers Market farmers and artisans, enjoy music from local favorite, Al Jolly, participate in the daily  Read More
CAAA Presents: Columbia’s Sunday Best 2019 Fundraiser & Scholarship Dinner – Saturday 3.9.2019 – 6pm 6:00 pm
CAAA Presents: Columbia’s Sunday Best 2019 Fundraiser & Scholarship Dinner – Saturday 3.9.2019 – 6pm @ Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
Mar 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
CAAA Presents: Columbia's Sunday Best 2019 Fundraiser & Scholarship Dinner - Saturday 3.9.2019 - 6pm @ Friendship Missionary Baptist Church | Columbia | Missouri | United States
The Columbia African American Association (CAAA) will have its annual scholarship awards dinner and fundraiser, Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 6:00 PM at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Columbia MO. The ticket cost is $25 per person with all proceeds going to scholarships. For Tickets, contact Tyrone Turner – (573) 864-8779. Come out and support your youth and your community. Columbia Proud…Columbia Strong!
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MMN Regular Monthly Meeting – Tuesday 3.12.2019 – Columbia College – 7:30-9am 7:30 am
MMN Regular Monthly Meeting – Tuesday 3.12.2019 – Columbia College – 7:30-9am @ Dulany Hall - Columbia College
Mar 12 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
MMN Regular Monthly Meeting - Tuesday 3.12.2019 - Columbia College - 7:30-9am @ Dulany Hall - Columbia College | Columbia | Missouri | United States
The Minority Men’s Network will meet for our regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, 3.12.2019. Our invited guest is Dr. Peter Stiepleman, Columbia Public Schools Superintendent. The agenda for the meeting will be published later this week; financials will be presented at the meeting. IF you have agenda items, please contact Steve Calloway (573) 864-5019 or send an e-mail to:  Info@minoritymensnetwork.org. Breakfast is available for purchase in Dulany Hall. Guests are welcome  Read More
CoMO SEPTA School Board Candidate Forum – Tuesday 3.12.2019 – Missouri Employers Mutual – 6-8pm 6:00 pm
CoMO SEPTA School Board Candidate Forum – Tuesday 3.12.2019 – Missouri Employers Mutual – 6-8pm @ Missouri Employers Mutual
Mar 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
CoMO SEPTA School Board Candidate Forum - Tuesday 3.12.2019 - Missouri Employers Mutual - 6-8pm @ Missouri Employers Mutual | Columbia | Missouri | United States
We are excited to announce a chance for you to hear from the candidates running for seats on the Columbia Public School Board. For this forum (rescheduled from Feb), we have gathered questions pertaining to some of the issues facing students with special needs. These questions have been passed on to the candidates so that we may hear their thoughts on these issues. Anyone with an interest in those students  Read More
Makers Town Hall – TONIGHT, Tuesday 3.12.2019 – Parkade Center – 6-8pm 6:00 pm
Makers Town Hall – TONIGHT, Tuesday 3.12.2019 – Parkade Center – 6-8pm @ Parkade Center - Rm 241
Mar 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Makers Town Hall - TONIGHT, Tuesday 3.12.2019 - Parkade Center - 6-8pm @ Parkade Center - Rm 241 | Columbia | Missouri | United States
REDI and The Loop Corridor are working with consultants from Smart Growth America, Recast City and EDA on an initiative to develop and grow small scale manufacturing businesses on or near the Business Loop.   The purpose of the initiative is to grow existing business that are located in our central core areas of our Cities as opposed to way off on the fringes.   The idea is to provide good jobs  Read More
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Missouri Faith Voices and Worley Street Round Table School Board Candidate Forum – Wednesday 3.13.2019 – Rock Bridge Christian Church – 6:30-8pm 6:30 pm
Missouri Faith Voices and Worley Street Round Table School Board Candidate Forum – Wednesday 3.13.2019 – Rock Bridge Christian Church – 6:30-8pm @ Rock Bridge Christian Churh
Mar 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Missouri Faith Voices and Worley Street Round Table School Board Candidate Forum - Wednesday 3.13.2019 - Rock Bridge Christian Church - 6:30-8pm @ Rock Bridge Christian Churh | Columbia | Missouri | United States
On March 13th Faith Voices and Worley Street Roundtable will be hosting a School Board Forum. Join us as we talk to board hopefuls about about their vision for CPS and speak with current board members about the direction the district is currently headed. Childcare will be provided. RSVP so that we know you are coming. Missouri Faith Voices and Worley Street Roundtable do not support and oppose candidates. We  Read More
Distracted Driving: End the Epidemic – Wednesday 3.13.2019 – Stephens College – 7pm 7:00 pm
Distracted Driving: End the Epidemic – Wednesday 3.13.2019 – Stephens College – 7pm @ Stephens College - Kimball Ballroom (Lena Raney Wood Hall)
Mar 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Distracted Driving: End the Epidemic - Wednesday 3.13.2019 - Stephens College - 7pm @ Stephens College - Kimball Ballroom (Lena Raney Wood Hall) | Columbia | Missouri | United States
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Nora Stewart Early Learning Center SPRING BLING – Thursday 3.14.2019 – Hampton Inn & Suites – 6-8pm 6:00 pm
Nora Stewart Early Learning Center SPRING BLING – Thursday 3.14.2019 – Hampton Inn & Suites – 6-8pm @ Hampton Inn & Suites
Mar 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nora Stewart Early Learning Center SPRING BLING - Thursday 3.14.2019 - Hampton Inn & Suites - 6-8pm @ Hampton Inn & Suites | Columbia | Missouri | United States
  Are you ready for our Spring Bling? Nora Stewart Early Learning Center’s annual fundraiser will be Thursday, March 14th from 6-8 pm. Tickets can also be purchased by contacting us or by calling the Center at 573-449-5981. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. And if you have an item you’d like to donate to our silent auction, let us know. It’s a great evening for a great cause — all proceeds will support our students!  Read More
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4th Annual Glamping for Granny’s Fundraiser – Friday 3.15.2019 – Courtyard Marriott – 6-9pm 6:00 pm
4th Annual Glamping for Granny’s Fundraiser – Friday 3.15.2019 – Courtyard Marriott – 6-9pm @ Courtyard by Marriott
Mar 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
4th Annual Glamping for Granny's Fundraiser - Friday 3.15.2019 - Courtyard Marriott - 6-9pm @ Courtyard by Marriott | Columbia | Missouri | United States
Join us for the 4th annual Glamping for Granny’s fundraiser. This event is one of a kind, fun and for a great cause. Let’s come together and help send the Granny’s House kids to camp this summer!
City Manager Search Survey Open Until 3.15.2019 11:59 pm
City Manager Search Survey Open Until 3.15.2019
Mar 15 @ 11:59 pm
City Manager Search Survey Open Until 3.15.2019
City manager search survey open until March 15 The City of Columbia city manager search survey is now open and accepting input from community members on values and attributes that are desired in Columbia’s next city manager. Responses will be accepted until Friday, March 15. The consultant firm hired by the Columbia City Council to conduct the search, CPS HR Consulting, is administering the survey. The survey is available online  Read More
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Columbia City Council Meeting – TONIGHT, Monday 3.18.2019 – City Hall Council Chambers – 7pm 7:00 pm
Columbia City Council Meeting – TONIGHT, Monday 3.18.2019 – City Hall Council Chambers – 7pm @ Columbia City Hall
Mar 18 @ 7:00 pm
Columbia City Council Meeting - TONIGHT, Monday 3.18.2019 - City Hall Council Chambers - 7pm @ Columbia City Hall | Columbia | Missouri | United States
Come out to hear public comments at the beginning; Stay for as much of the meeting as you are able. Here’s the AGENDA:  City Council 3.18.2019 meeting_agenda
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LWV Election Forum: Columbia Mayor and School Board Candidates – Wednesday 3.20.2019 – Columbia Public Library – 6:30pm 6:30 pm
LWV Election Forum: Columbia Mayor and School Board Candidates – Wednesday 3.20.2019 – Columbia Public Library – 6:30pm @ Columbia Public Library
Mar 20 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
LWV Election Forum: Columbia Mayor and School Board Candidates - Wednesday 3.20.2019 - Columbia Public Library - 6:30pm @ Columbia Public Library | Columbia | Missouri | United States
  League of Women Voters – Columbia/Boone County Candidate Forum Wednesday, March 20, 2019 Columbia Mayor Brian Treece and Chris Kelly Columbia Public Schools Board of Education Jay Atkins, Dr. Della Streaty-Wilhoit, Blake Willoughby   Meet us in the Friends Room of the Library for a forum with candidates for mayor and school board. Refreshments at 6:00. Forum with moderator David Lile begins at 6:30 sharp. Will be broadcast on  Read More
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A Dream Fulfilled: The Presidential Lecture Series – Ms. Donna Brazile – TONIGHT Thursday 3.21.2019 – Lincoln University – 6pm 6:00 pm
Mayoral Debate and School Board Candidate Forum – Thursday 3.21.2019 – Stoney Creek Conference Ctr – 6pm 6:00 pm
Mayoral Debate and School Board Candidate Forum – Thursday 3.21.2019 – Stoney Creek Conference Ctr – 6pm @ Stoney Creek Inn
Mar 21 @ 6:00 pm
Mayoral Debate and School Board Candidate Forum - Thursday 3.21.2019 - Stoney Creek Conference Ctr - 6pm @ Stoney Creek Inn | Columbia | Missouri | United States
KOPN COMMUNITY RADIO, COLUMBIA DAILY TRIBUNE,  COLUMBIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and ABC-17 NEWS COLLABORATE TO HOST MAYORAL DEBATE and COLUMBIA BOARD OF EDUCATION CANDIDATE FORUM                               Columbia residents interested in April’s municipal election will be able to hear from all candidates in contested races in a single setting. KOPN Community Radio and the Columbia Daily Tribune  Read More
Mayoral Debate and School Board Candidate Forum – TONIGHT Thursday 3.21.2019 – Stoney Creek Conference Ctr – 6pm 6:00 pm
Mayoral Debate and School Board Candidate Forum – TONIGHT Thursday 3.21.2019 – Stoney Creek Conference Ctr – 6pm @ Stoney Creek Inn
Mar 21 @ 6:00 pm
Mayoral Debate and School Board Candidate Forum - TONIGHT Thursday 3.21.2019 - Stoney Creek Conference Ctr - 6pm @ Stoney Creek Inn | Columbia | Missouri | United States
KOPN COMMUNITY RADIO, COLUMBIA DAILY TRIBUNE,  COLUMBIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and ABC-17 NEWS COLLABORATE TO HOST MAYORAL DEBATE and COLUMBIA BOARD OF EDUCATION CANDIDATE FORUM                               Columbia residents interested in April’s municipal election will be able to hear from all candidates in contested races in a single setting. KOPN Community Radio and the Columbia Daily Tribune  Read More
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P.A.G.E. End the Backlog Event – Volunteers Needed – Saturday 3.23.2019 – Maplewood Barn Theatre – 6:30pm 6:30 pm
P.A.G.E. End the Backlog Event – Volunteers Needed – Saturday 3.23.2019 – Maplewood Barn Theatre – 6:30pm @ Maplewood Barn Theatre
Mar 23 @ 6:30 pm – 9:45 pm
P.A.G.E. End the Backlog Event - Volunteers Needed - Saturday 3.23.2019 - Maplewood Barn Theatre - 6:30pm @ Maplewood Barn Theatre | Columbia | Missouri | United States
Hello, My name is Caitlin DeSpain, and I am a member of P.A.G.E. We are a local organization dedicated to supporting national and local charities. Our upcoming event is a trivia night and silent auction benefiting End the Backlog, on March 23rd at the Maplewood Barn Theatre. I am reaching out regarding volunteer opportunities for our event! We are a fairly small group, so we are in need of extra  Read More
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NAACP Candidates’ Forum: CoMo Mayor and School Board – Tuesday 3.26.2019 – 2nd Missionary Baptist Church – 7pm 7:00 pm
NAACP Candidates’ Forum: CoMo Mayor and School Board – Tuesday 3.26.2019 – 2nd Missionary Baptist Church – 7pm @ Second Missionary Baptist Church
Mar 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
NAACP Candidates' Forum: CoMo Mayor and School Board - Tuesday 3.26.2019 - 2nd Missionary Baptist Church - 7pm @ Second Missionary Baptist Church | Columbia | Missouri | United States
Columbia Branch NAACP Candidates’ Forum Tuesday, March 26, 2019 – 7pm in advance of the April 2nd Municipal Election The forum will take place at Second Missionary Baptist Church, 407 E. Broadway, beginning at 7pm. ALL are invited  The event is free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served. Please come out to support this event. Mary A. Ratliff, President NAACP 211 Park Deville Dr. Columbia, MO  Read More
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Race Matters, Friends (RMF) Candidate Forum #2 with Columbia School Board Candidates – Wednesday 3.27.2019 – CoMo Youth Works – 6:30-8pm 6:30 pm
Race Matters, Friends (RMF) Candidate Forum #2 with Columbia School Board Candidates – Wednesday 3.27.2019 – CoMo Youth Works – 6:30-8pm @ CoMo Youth Works
Mar 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Race Matters, Friends (RMF) Candidate Forum #2 with Columbia School Board Candidates - Wednesday 3.27.2019 - CoMo Youth Works - 6:30-8pm @ CoMo Youth Works | Columbia | Missouri | United States
  RMF’s second candidate forum is for the Columbia School Board. The discussion will focus on how to advance equity, inclusion, and social justice in our public schools. This is a central question for everyone. Join us at CoMO Youth Works for a discussion with invited candidates: Jay Atkins, Della Streaty-Wilhoit, and Blake Willoughby. Meeting begins at 6:30pm.
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