Events

Cultural Crossroads Series

Saturday, November 17 at 7:00 pm

Dr. Lucinda McKethan, retired Professor of English,
NC State University

“Slave Voices in North Carolina” This presentation will introduce the personal narratives, letters, poetry, and interviews of North Carolina slaves and discuss how these works fill in a lost or often distorted picture of slavery in our state before the Civil War. This program is sponsored by North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholars.

Join us and invite your friends for the first presentation in our Cultural Crossroads Series.
All Cultural Crossroads programs are held at UUCOBand are free and open to the public. For a complete listing of series events, click: Cultural Crossroads flyer
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Art at the Meetinghouse

Shirley Whitenack Photography Exhibit 

You will primarily see photographs of coastal towns and villages, churches, lighthouses, harbors, water men, flowers, markets, and roadside attractions. The primary component of her photographic vision is an awareness of the direction and quality of light. “It shapes and reveals my subjects.”

Her photographs will be displayed at UUCOB through November.

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Cultural Crossroads Series

Saturday, December 1 at 7:00 pm

Movie Night at the UUCOB: “Black Nativity”

This film is a 2013 adaptation of an acclaimed play
by Langston Hughes, exploring questions of family and faith.
The event includes a viewing of the film and a discussion.                       

                                         

To watch the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfhupIQ1JnE

Join us and invite your friends.
All Cultural Crossroads programs are held at UUCOBand are free and open to the public. For a complete listing of series events, click: Cultural Crossroads flyer
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