The Beulah Project "Empowering people and communities through the arts, media and law." Copyright 2017
Stanford L. Warren Library in Durham
Mayor Bill Bell responds to questions.
Dr. Jonathan Livingston, Associate Professor of Psychology at N.C. Central University explains the psychological affects of poverty and crime in distressed communities.
Entrepreneurship expert Katie Gailes explains the need for low-wage earners to become entrepreneurs.
Attorney Daniel Bowes of Legal Aid of N.C. explains some of the legal issues facing residents of distressed communities.
Ashley Barber of Carolina Outreach, L.L.C. addressing some of the mental health issues facing residents of distressed communities
Nate Crosby, a graduate student at N.C. Central University talks about his research on how best to integrate ex-offenders back into society.
Social Media Manager Quintin Murphy explains the importance of social media as an empowerment tool.
MDF Program Host Kera Allen introducing presenters.
Beulah Project, Inc. Volunteer and Fundraising Coordinator Carolyn Sumpter makes appeal for volunteers and contributions.
Move "Your City" Forward Panel Discussion and Empowerment Workshop Series