Spend Juneteenth with me at Ebenezer Baptist Church! Can you conceive of a better place to honor Juneteenth than Martin Luther King, Jr.'s and Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock's home church? I am blessed and honored to preach n' teach in this sacred place with a strong message of solidarity, service, faith over fear, power over pain, fighting back by buying Black... hosted by the iconic EBC Women's Ministry!
If you have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
You must register. This a FREE EVENT! All are welcome.
Sisters! We can lead the empowerment and equality revolution wihen we unite economicaly and entrepreneurially! We are moving "Boldly Forward", and it begins on April 20 at the Women's Empowerment Luncheon presented by the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce. I need you to support and register. All are welcome.
Truly honored and excited about kicking off Women’s History Month with the Atlanta Black Chambers! Please join us at 11am EST as we talk about lifting up our community, our businesses, reclaiming the Black hair care industry, and how the sisters have lead and can continue to lead the way! You must register. This a FREE EVENT! All are welcome.
Let's close Black History Month strong, in faith! Please join me for a virtual Saturday Service at the Bridge SDA Church, out of Huntsville, Alabama. Pastor Greene has invited me to share his pulpit, as we make a united commitment to Buy Black, called "The Switch". You don't want to miss this! All are welcome. Mark your Calendar for Saturday at 12:30pm CST/ 1:30pm EST. Watch live at thebridgefcc.com/watch.
Join me at the 17th Annual AG Gaston Virtual Conference
on February 23 & 24 from 9:30 - 11:30 AM. Every year, this
conference provides information to challenge your mindset and
inspire change. And it is wholly dedicated to honoring, uniting for, and growing Black owned businesses! I will be hosting the Plenary Session on February 23,
and I'm inviting all of you to attend. For more info and to register, see https://aggastonconference.biz/
In Dr. King's hometown of Atlanta. In the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. In the city the world just watched change America, uniting against racism and injustice, defying voter suppression. During an era of insidious injustice trailed by tiny but inspirational triumphs that open eyes and offer hope. At my own alma mater! I am honored and humbled to give the keynote address at Emory's iconic, venerable annual tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. And for the first time ever, ALL ARE INVITED TO THIS FREE, PUBLIC EVENT! This is the truly the most important speech of my life. If you care, I'll see you there!