2003

  • SpiritHouse Presents/ Calvary Ministries Speaker Series, Durham NC
    • March 21- Michael Eric Dyson- Author, Scholar
    • Sept 19 – Unity Day
    • Nov 21-  Haki Madhubuti- Poet, Founder Third World Press

2004

  • Jan 17- SpiritHouse/The Meyke Center- “How are the Children?” Durham, NC
  • SpiritHouse Presents/Calvary Ministries Speaker Series, Durham, NC
    • Jan 23 – Family Fest
    • Feb 20 –  Ronoko Rashidi- Pan-Africanist Scholar/Historian
    • March 19 – In Celebration of Black Women
    • May 21 – Mama Yaa Asantewa- African Story teller

2005

  • June 27 – Beyond Survival- Women celebrating life in the face of HIV, Durham NC
  • Oct 2 – SpiritHouse Presents- The Black Panther Project: Making Sense of History, Durham, NC

2006

  • Jan. 26 – The Black Panther Project: making sense of History- Center for Documentary Studies panel discussion, Durham, NC
  • SpiritHouse Presents / UBUNTU- Because We “NO” -Breaking the silence of violence
    • June 16-18 –  We NEED….to live with our lives/ Interactive Art Against the Silence of  Violence, South East Social Forum, Durham, NC
    • Aug 10 – “No the Rape Documentary” screening/ discussion- Hayti Heritage Center, Durham, NC
    • Oct 25 – “Healing through Performance,”  University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,  NC
    • Nov 7 – “No the Rape Documentary” film screening/ discussion, with director/producer Aishah Simmons, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

2007

  • Feb. 11- Cookies and Milk- Stories from the Indigenous World, Durham, NC
  • SpiritHouse Presents / UBUNTU- Because We “NO” -Breaking the silence of violence
    • Feb 8 -This instant this triumph the art of community healing, Bennett College, Greensboro, NC
    • April 12- “It is Better to Speak” the art of community healing- Minority Student Caucus School of Public Health UNC Chapel Hill, NC
    • April 28 – “Every Day Healing” For Colored Girls and the work of Ntozake Shange- National Day of Truthtelling, Durham, NC
  • May 8- 10 – SpiritHouse/Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative/Broken Beautiful Press Poetry By the People-Community Writing Intensive, Durham, NC
  • June 28-July 2 – United State Social Forum, Atlanta, GA
    • “First Breath” – a performance/ritual/celebration highlighting one spoken journey towards healing
    • Feminisms: Gender, Race and Class
    • “Traveled Bodies: Policing Blackness and the Technology of state violence: a HERstorical Perspective
  • July 22-28 – Seeds of Fire youth leadership camp – Highlander Research and Education Center, New Market, TN

2008

  • March 7/8 – “For Assatta-The Power of Intergenerational Black Feminist Practice” Black Power, Black Feminism: Black Women’s Activism and Development of Womanist/Feminist Consciousness in the Era Black Power conference, Bronxville, NY
  • April 4 – Dinner & a Movie- “Eyes of the Rainbow” Assata Shakur Documentary screening/discussion, Durham, NC
  • June 20-22 – “The bottom line-” Housing, Displacement and the Prison Industrial Complex, Allied Media Conference, Detroit, MI
  • July 20-26 – “The bottom line- Housing, Displacement and the Prison Industrial Complex” Highlander Research and Education Center, New Market, TN
  • Aug 6-10 – “In your bones-” remembering Nayo Barbara Malcolm Watkins -Alternate Roots Annual Meeting, Arden, NC
  • Aug 27-28 – SpiritHouse/Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative – In the People’s Hands Community Writing Intensive
  • Aug 29 -In the People’s Hands ‘zine release party
  • Sept 26-28- The bottom line- Housing, Displacement and the Prison Industrial Complex Critical Resistance CR 10 conference, Oakland, CA
  • Sept 26-28 –  “So it is Better to Speak”-Critical Resistance CR 10 conference, Oakland CA
  • Oct 17- Just Us/Justice Jam- Central Park Pavilion Durham, NC
  • Nov 8 – “The bottom line- Housing, Displacement and the Prison Industrial Complex.” The Diasporic Kaleidoscope- New approaches to African Diaspora Studies conference,  North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC

2009

  • Jan 4-March 29 – Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative/SpiritHouse Inc/Healing with CAARE Inc- Gumbo Ya Ya- or this is why we speak in tongues, Durham, NC
  • Feb 27 – Just us/Justice Jam open mic- States of Captivity conference, Duke University Durham, NC
  • May 8 – Just us/Justice Jam, Durham, NC
  • July 19-26 – Friend Zone- sharing hard truths with our friends and allies – Seeds of Fire youth leadership camp, Highlander Research and Education, New Market, TN
  • Aug 11-16 – Collective Sun -Alternate Roots Annual Meeting, Arden, NC
  • Aug. 11-16 –  A is for Action- At the Crossroads of Abolition and Art, Alternate Roots Annual Meeting, Arden, NC
  • Oct 1-4 – SpiritHouse/Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative/Broken Beautiful Press- In the People’s Hands Community Writing Intensive, Durham, NC

2010

  • Jan 22 – Safe in Our Streets, Media Mixer movie screening- “Walk Out,” Durham, NC
  • Feb 19 – Safe in Our Streets, Lazers vs. Losers Lupe Fiasco listening party, Durham, NC
  • April 23 –  Just us/Justice Jam, Durham, NC
  • May 25 – Safe in Our Streets “What would it take to feel Safe”- Queer Youth and Safety Durham, NC
  • June 22-26 – Collective Sun – We will not forget- United States Social Forum, Detroit, MI
  • Aug 10-15 – Collective Sun – We will not forget- Alternate Roots Annual Meeting, Arden, NC
  • Aug 10-15 – Growing Across Generations- Alternate Roots Annual Meeting, Arden, NC
  • Oct 24 – “Hands on the freedom Plow” women in SNCC panel discussion, Durham, NC