The Foundry

If you are age 21 - 30 and Interested in Intentional Christian Community, Urban Farming and Food Justice and Diversity and Reconciliation: We would love to welcome you home to The Foundry House, a new residential community for young adults on the campus of Crossnore School and Children’s Home, 1 mile from downtown Winston-Salem.

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Siembra NC

A project of American Friends Service Committee City of W-S and Winston-Salem State University

We are Latinxs residents of the Triad defending our communities from criminalization, ICE 

detention and other forms of injustice and oppression. 

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The Platform Summit

Twice now, women from different backgrounds - gentile, Jewish, gay, young, old, of diverse professions, and economic status - answered an invitation to come together. 

These women came sharing, willing to listen, not judge; open to discussing their individual desires to learn more about the other race. Reveling in their introducing of themselves, …

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Piedmont Freedom Schools

Piedmont Freedom Schools (PFS) is a summer enrichment program, birthed out of the 1964 Freedom Summer. 

With a strong social justice emphasis, PFS seeks to engage scholars in intentional culturally-relevant curriculum to reduce summer learning slide and…

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LIT City

 LIT City’s youth development initiatives seeks to build in solidarity with under-served Winston-Salem teens from the “classroom to the corner, from the court to the concert.” 

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G.I.D.E

To enhance the education and life-long learning for under-served youth and their families. GIDE currently provides services to over 200 students and their families at four sites: Cleveland Avenue Homes, Piedmont Park, Rolling Hills Apartments, and Townview Apartment. …

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The Color of Compromise

Reading Club… The Color of Compromise takes readers on a historical journey: from America’s early colonial days through slavery and the Civil War, covering the tragedy of Jim Crow laws and the victories of the Civil Rights era, to today’s Black Lives Matter movement. Author Jemar Tisby reveals the obvious—and the far more subtle—ways the American church has compromised what the Bible teaches about human dignity and equality.

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