One of Harvesting Humanity's newest experiences- the Equity Youth Engagement & Witness (E.Y.E.WITNESS) Global Fellowship, officially convened on Saturday, April 17th, 2021. The E.Y.E.WITNESS Global Fellowship is a virtual service-learning fellowship engaging, preparing, and positioning (30) Youth "Solutionaries" ages 16-21 and (10) Adult "Supporting Solutionaries" across the countries of: Cabo Verde, Ghana, Jamaica, Moldova and the United States of America.
Fellowship participants learn about, reflect on, analyze, evaluate, and craft arguments about issues in their local, national, and global communities. As they learn, they build relationships with diverse peers and mentors, strengthen their servant leadership muscles, and activate agency by innovating Solutions to those issues.
True to its name, the Fellowship explores issues of inequities and injustices plaguing local, national, and global communities and takes deep dives into examples of models and mentors who challenge those issues and show up as innovative Solutionaries.
The Fellowship will last through February, 2022 culminating in a "Solutionary Showcase"... STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES...
"Solar Sistas Serve - (SsS)"©
"SsS" is A Harvesting Humanity premier Flagship Experience in the federal application phase to be recognized as its own non-profit organization. This experience was birthed out of a partnership program between We Share Solar® , Wells Fargo, M.A. Rogers & the late Jim Rogers, and Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) in which Principal consultant, Eboné M. Lockett remains a facilitator and mentor. We Share Solar® is "an innovative educational program dedicated to inspiring students to learn about, build, and share Solar Suitcases with the developing world". SsS supports that model with an extension to engagement in local action, integrated (S.T.R.E.A.A.M ©) experiential service-learning, and personal and workforce skill development. SsS engages local community members in learning about clean energy solutions and environmental stewardship and prepares and positions servant leaders to disrupt the disparities and inequities in the solar industry workforce. Thus, the experience superserves BIPOC females who make up approximately 2% of the solar workforce.
The fruits of this labor yielded a NC Greenpower Solar School Grant to Hidden Valley Elementary School making it the second Charlotte-Mecklenburg School (CMS) to receive this distinction.
NC CLIMATE AMBASSADOR TRAINING
In partnership with Clean Air Carolina, ecoAmerica, Path to Positive Communities and Good Solar, Harvesting Humanity is engaging, preparing, and positioning diverse Climate Ambassadors across the state of North Carolina.
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June 22 @ 4:00PM EST
June 23 @ 4:00PM EST
Serving Our Community through the Arts (S.O.C.A)
One of Harvesting Humanity's premiere Flagship Experiences (S.O.C.A), engages diverse and integrated artistic talents as a means to make the invisible visible, interrogate and challenge inequities and injustices, and uplift and heal our local, national, and global communities.
COME AND SERVE WITH US!
Harvesting Humanity's (R4)
REMEMBER, REFLECT, RECONCILE & REIMAGINE
(A contribution to the Charlotte Remembrance Project)
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CATO Gorelick Galleries January -December, 2020
(Stay Tuned for its Virtual Launch June 29, 2021)