The Franklinton Center at Bricks is a conference, retreat, and educational facility in eastern North Carolina with a focus on justice advocacy and leadership development. At this historic center of transformation, issues affecting the marginalized, the oppressed, and the poor are addressed. More
Literacy Immersion Experience This will be the 4th year that Hood College students will work with Franklinton Center and its community partners as part of their alternative spring break service/ learning trip. Hood College focus will be on learning about the history of slavery, and on-going problems of poverty related to communities in eastern North Carolina. For four days Hood College students will be volunteering their time working with Inborden Elementary School in a Literacy Immersion Experience with children age 5 to 11 years old.
The Southern Conference Black Clergy Convocation Event Franklinton Center at Bricks will host The Southern Conference Black Clergy Convocation Event.
Farm Resource Plan/Farm Record-Keeping Training on Farm Resources, and Record-Keeping by Dr. Osei Yeboah, PI from NC A&T University. Farmers will learn about a farm working business plan and how to control their fertilizer, fuel, chemical, and labor costs. This interactive program will help farmers to learn basic farm resource plan, and good record keeping.