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AF-Raleigh: Second Saturday City Cleanup and Happy Hour
We are cleaning up downtown on Saturday October 14 from 9-10:30am. Breakfast is provided. We will be joined by Raleigh City Council Member Dr. Jane Harrison of the City Council...
AF-Raleigh: Building Resilient Community
AF Raleigh: Building Resilient Community with Raleigh City Council Member Christina Jones and Spencer Hathcock of Neighbor to Neighbor. Join us for an exciting in-person event at Sam Jones BBQ...
AF-Raleigh and AIER’s Bastiat Society of Raleigh – School Choice in NC: First in Freedom with Brian Jodice
As part of our ongoing programming to address issues of education inequality in our city, AF-Raleigh is co-hosting this event with The Bastiat Society of Raleigh. What place do freedom...
AF-Raleigh: 2nd Saturday City Cleanup and Happy Hour
Join us to clean up our city and have a drink on us! On the second Saturday of each month, AF-Raleigh is bringing our community together to walk around a...
AF-Raleigh: Discussing Education in NC
Each month, we gather to discuss issues affecting our community. Many times, we invite speakers or experts to give insight or commentary on these issues. This month, we want to...
Chris is a native North Carolinian who teaches philosophy and economics, serves as a nonprofit consultant, and small business owner. In 2023, Chris founded Box the Good, a business that works to connect social enterprise ventures from across the Southeast with new customers. Chris is a graduate of Campbell University, Wake Forest University’s Faith-Based Nonprofit Leadership program, and of Duke Divinity, where he earned his Masters of Divinity and completed the certificate program in faith-based organizing, advocacy, and social transformation. He has completed fellowships with SPN, Locke, The Martin Center, and the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty. From Chris: “As a chapter leader of AF Raleigh and part of the Southeast Hub, I have been able to organize around issues that matter deeply to me. I’m helping make my community a safer, happier, and more welcoming place to be. It’s has given me some of my closest friendships and helped me deepened roots in my community. AF has given me so much- I’m thankful to be part of this network.”