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The Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People

meets the first Thursday of each month. Due to the pandemic, all of our meetings are currently virtual. You are invited to reach out to us on our Contact form below with your interest in joining us. It is never too late to get involved!

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Keep up on everything about voting! Remember, absentee, mail-in, early voting, and election day voting are all options! Don't let anything keep you from having your say!


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For 85 years, we have fought for the empowerment and equality of the Black community of Durham. We need your help to keep this legacy going. Donate today. 


We do not sit on the sidelines. We are out there in these streets. 

This organization has always been and still is an institution that serves as a representative of, and as a leadership body for, the Black community of the City and County of Durham.

We have 10 sub-committees that you can start working on that offer great opportunities to serve the Durham community. 

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?" - Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


In collaboration with the African American COVID-19 Taskforce (AACT+), Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, located at 2200 South Alston Ave. Durham, North Carolina, will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic


Thursday, April 8th, from 3:00 pm until 5:15 pm.

For those that have not received a COVID-19 vaccination.


To register, use this form link to select a time slot.


Should you have additional questions, please contact the African American COVID-19 Taskforce at marti088@mc.duke.edu.

Click here to register.


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