As a nation, we have never truly dealt with racism and now we are being forced to finally deal with our past and the deep rooted sins of racism. Our nation is hurting and needs healing…we, as a people, need healing.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB)
August 28, 2017
Join Dr. Bernice A. King, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Dr. Alveda King, Tamika Mallory, Ginger Howard, Dr. Gloria Morrow and Dr. Kendra King Momon in courageous conversations about women’s role in bridging the racial divide!
ATLANTA- Monday, August 28, 2017, The King Center will host its second highly anticipated Beloved Community Talks: Let’s Bridge the Racial Divide. This LIVE event will take place at Ebenezer Baptist Church in the New Horizon Sanctuary from 6:00 p.m. ET to 7:30 p.m. ET. This event is FREE to the public and will be livestreamed on http://www.belovedcommunitytalks.org and http://www.thekingcenter.org as well as The King Center’s Twitter and Facebook pages. Seats are limited for this event and registration is required. Seating will start at 5:15 p.m. ET Click here to register.
The moderators for this Beloved Community talks are Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of The King Center, and Dr. Kendra King Momon, Professor of Politics at Oglethorpe University. Lead conversationalists for this courageous conversation include, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Social Activist Tamika Mallory, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Gloria Morrow, GOP Committeewoman Ginger Howard, and Faith Leader and FOX News Contributor, Evangelist Alveda King.
“We had no idea when we scheduled this Beloved Community Talk, we would be at such a volatile place in our nation. The hate and violence we witnessed in Charlottesville, Virginia was very disturbing but unfortunately not surprising. What we witnessed on the campus of the University of Virginia is a byproduct and manifestation of a deeper pain and a cancer America has ignored for many years. We did not just wake up and find ourselves in this hour. As a nation, we have never truly dealt with racism and now we are being forced to finally deal with our past and the deep rooted sins of racism. Our nation is hurting and needs healing…we, as a people, need healing. We cannot afford to allow this cancer to continuously plague generations to come. We owe it to our children to be courageous in…