PeaceWorks Rochester

CANCELLED: Unity Night at the Rochester Baha'i Center

Description: We are all feeling the pain of a divided world. We want to do something to make a change but what? The weight of the work that needs to be done can be immobilizing. Still, there are heroes all around us who are making change happen. Come hear about them at…

Unity Night, April 7th, 2018

At 6 pm, please bring a dish to pass as we come together to build friendships over a warm meal.

Later, around 7 pm, enjoy “One Song Hero” with long-time friend Charlotte Clarke. Charlotte will highlight poignant moments of her 14 years producing and hosting her nationally recognized multicultural public affairs program, “Many Voices, Many Visions” where she brought our own community heroes into the public eye.

Charlotte was the Community Affairs Director at WHAM TV for almost 25 years. Today, she continues to do work for radio, TV, and corporate productions and is especially passionate about public speaking in the field of diversity.

We hope you will join us as Charlotte moves us with her experiences showcasing diversity in our own Rochester community and inspires us to re-imagine ourselves as everyday heroes who walk this Earth together on a path of service.



Unity Night is a free, family-friendly, community-building event that uses hospitality, vibrant programming, and the arts as a way to create a space for meaningful conversations.
The Rochester Baha'i Center is located at 693 East Avenue with a parking lot and entrance to the Baha'i Center on Oxford Street. Use 186 Oxford Street for GPS directions; parking lot and entrance opposite.
Unity Night: a seedbed for growing a cohesive community.🌿
Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Time: 6:00pm EDT
Priority: 5-Medium
Access: Public
Created by: Ted Wilcox
Updated: Saturday, April 7, 2018 2:08am GMT