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Reconciliation Week, Meeanjin Black Coffee

May 31 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

- Free

Reconciliation Week, Meeanjin Black Coffee

During the entire month of May, Black Coffee Indigenous Business Network will turn purple on a national scale.

The month of May marks Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in Queensland, an annual initiative to raise community awareness of domestic and family violence and coercive control, and the support services available. Here at BC HQ we are proudly supporting the nationwide campaign and hard work of GaWun Supplies by elevating awareness via the Black Coffee platform and strong mob networks.

Every Black Coffee gathering will turn purple to support and raise awareness. To get behind this incredibly deadly & brave campaign we urge you to support and purchase the purple shirt for change or wear a purple shirt to your May Black Coffee event!

Black Coffee is a grassroots First Nations business networking opportunity held in regions across Australia each month to provide a platform to connect micro and small business owners. First Nations business owners, professionals, and their supporters are invited to get together and have a yarn.

Our newly appointment Brisbane Regional Volunteer Coordinator Shannon Fraser from JobTrail cannot wait to have a yarn, so please join her not only for to raise awarness for Family and Domestic Violence but also to acknowledge National Reconciliation Week.

When: Friday May 31, 2024 at 9:00 am – 10:00 am 

Where: Mews, Cyrstalbrook Vincent Howard Smith Wharves Ground Floor, 5 Boundary Street, Brisbane City, QLD 4000

RSVP: Is a must below as your cuppa is on the host JobTrail. 

Dress Code: Wear Purple for Change

Reconciliation Week, Meeanjin Black Coffee

Reconciliation Week, Meeanjin Black Coffee

During the entire month of May, Black Coffee Indigenous Business Network will turn purple on a national scale.

The month of May marks Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in Queensland, an annual initiative to raise community awareness of domestic and family violence and coercive control, and the support services available. Here at BC HQ we are proudly supporting the nationwide campaign and hard work of GaWun Supplies by elevating awareness via the Black Coffee platform and strong mob networks.

Every Black Coffee gathering will turn purple to support and raise awareness. To get behind this incredibly deadly & brave campaign we urge you to support and purchase the purple shirt for change or wear a purple shirt to your May Black Coffee event!

Black Coffee is a grassroots First Nations business networking opportunity held in regions across Australia each month to provide a platform to connect micro and small business owners. First Nations business owners, professionals, and their supporters are invited to get together and have a yarn.

Our newly appointment Brisbane Regional Volunteer Coordinator Shannon Fraser from JobTrail cannot wait to have a yarn, so please join her not only for to raise awarness for Family and Domestic Violence but also to acknowledge National Reconciliation Week.

When: Friday May 31, 2024 at 9:00 am - 10:00 am 

Where: Mews, Cyrstalbrook Vincent Howard Smith Wharves Ground Floor, 5 Boundary Street, Brisbane City, QLD 4000

RSVP: Is a must below as your cuppa is on the host JobTrail. 

Dress Code: Wear Purple for Change

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Details

Date:
May 31
Time:
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

Black Coffee

Venue

Mews
Mews Cyrstalbrook Vincent Howard Smith Wharves Ground Floor, 5 Boundary Street, Brisbane City, QLD 4000 Australia + Google Map
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