CBI's Board of Directors Responds to HB2

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In alignment with its Vision-Mission-Values, on March 31st CBI's Board of Directors adopted a statement in response to the passage of NC House Bill 2.

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Bishop Tonyia Rawls & Clergy Opposed to NC's HB2 Lead Interfaith Gathering

Led in prayer by CBI's Bishop Tonyia Rawls, Pastor of Sacred Souls Community Church, watch as Charlotte clergy opposed to North Carolina's HB2 lead an interfaith gathering. Charlotte Mayor, Jennifer Roberts, was also in attendance. 

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CBI's Programs Gain Momentum, Charlotte Five Takes Notice

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For almost two decades, CBI has been developing signature programs to promote equity and inclusion in the Charlotte Community. In a recent article published by Charlotte Five, one of the area's leading community new sources, they discuss the dynamics and impacts these programs have on the Charlotte area.

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CBI Joins Forces with CRC To Discuss LGBT Protection

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On Monday, February 1st, Community Building Initiative joined forces with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community Relations Committee to host a community forum surrounding non-discrimination protection.

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