Your Silence Will Not Protect You: Audre Lorde Reading & Discussion Group

Flower City Noire Collective invites you to join Your Silence Will Not Protect You: A Black Feminist Study of Identity, Gender & Sexuality, a Reading & Discussion Group sponsored by a Humanities New York Vision/ Action Grant. Using the celebrated writings of Audre Lorde, poet, mother and black feminist, we will discuss the ancestral and contemporary complexities of identity, gender, and sexuality in 6 sessions, that will creatively engage community conversation. Facilitated by Flower City Noire Collective cofounder, Kristen Walker. Hosted at NOIRE HOUSE, 1392 Dewey Ave, Rochester, NY. Please email or call to register. Space is limited to 12 participants. Child-Care and refreshments provided. To register and for more information contact Kristen at flowercitynoirecollective@gmail.com | 585.466.4733 |  

FCNC’s Birthday!!!

We’ve been an official organization for 3 years!!! Celebrate with us by donating to our work!!

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Fall/Winter 2018 Schedule of Events

Check out our schedule for the rest of 2018!
We thank you for your support over the years and look forward to seeing you all very soon!!!

Fall/ Winter 2018 Schedule of Events and Projects
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Read with FCNC

Read with Flower City Noire Collective (FCNC) is a book club/meet-up for women. We meet bi-weekly and YOU are invited to join us for our WINTER EDITION!!! We are reading Octavia Butlers’ Parable of The Sower and we will learn more about the author with our supplemental media. More information can be found in the graphics & we hope to see you there!!!

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Flower City Noire Collective

It is the mission of Flower City Noire Collective (FCNC) to elevate women of color in their communities using a holistic approach; to organize with imagination, respect, and sisterhood. We emphasize the values of collective leadership, collective work and responsibility, collective education, sustainability through skill sharing, sisterhood and unity. FCNC seeks to fill the void of safe, black centered spaces in Rochester that center around black joy, black love and understanding.