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City of Fort Worth - 2024
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Judge Davis

A book about our own Judge L. Clifford Davis is now available!
Celebrating Black History!
Ecumenical Fellowship of Churches Sunrise Service at Carter Metropolitan CME Church.
Wiley University Acapella Choir Performance
Black History

Performances by: The Pace Family with recording artists Milton and Shirley Pace, Stae Hall, Cornis Wells Cannon and Dr. Perry N. Crenshaw.

Thursdays in Black

Church Women United supports THURSDAYS IN BLACK. We encourage our CWU sisters, family and friends to stand in solidarity of the many individuals impacted by gender violence

In every country, gender-based violence is a tragic reality. This violence is frequently hidden, and victims are often silent, fearing stigma and further violence.

We all have a responsibility to speak out against violence, to ensure that women and men, boys and girls, are safe from rape and violence in homes, schools, work, streets – in all places in our societies..

The campaign is simple but profound. Wear black on Thursdays. Wear a pin to declare you are part of the global movement resisting attitudes and practices that permit rape and violence. Show your respect for women who are resilient in the face of injustice and violence. Encourage others to join you.

Often black has been used with negative racial connotations. In this campaign Black is used as a color of resistance and resilience.

Share your Thursdays in Black photos on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, using hashtags #ThursdaysinBlack and #WCC!

In every country, gender-based violence is a tragic reality. This violence is frequently hidden, and victims are often silent, fearing stigma and further violence.

We all have a responsibility to speak out against violence, to ensure that women and men, boys and girls, are safe from rape and violence in homes, schools, work, streets – in all places in our societies.

Please feel free to post the logo in your newsletters, media and Thursdays in Black campaigns.