Join The King Center ‘s Beloved Community Talks: Let’s Bridge the Racial Divide courageous conversations with Senator Elizabeth Warren, Clinical Psychologist Social Activist Tamika Mallory, Dr. Gloria Morrow and other women of influence on August 28th. The event will be moderated by Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of The King Center and Dr. Kendra King Momon, Professor of Political Studies. This event is FREE! REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
The event will be streamed live on Facebook. Be on the lookout for specific information regarding tuning in on Facebook live for this event.
Mon, August 28, 2017
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EDT
Ebenezer Baptist Church
101 Jackson Street
NW Atlanta, GA 30312
REGISTER HERE – http://tinyurl.com/y746lc2r
In keeping with Dr. King’s assertion that people are divided because we are disconnected, on the 2017 King Holiday Observance, The King Center launched, via the Beloved Community Talks (BCT) platform, a two-year campaign, Let’s Bridge the Racial Divide. The campaign will culminate in 2018 during the year of the 50th Anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination and 5Oth Anniversary of The King Center. The purpose of the campaign is to provide the roadmap and tools necessary for individuals and communities to have the challenging and difficult, conversations to bridge the racial divide in America by addressing the pains and unrest of racism rooted in a historical context. The goal is for individuals to connect… come together and work to create actionable solutions that bridge the racial divides in America.
The Beloved Community Talks: Let’s Bridge the Racial Divide is the catalyst for the long-term goal to promote understanding, address forgiveness, encourage positive behavior modification activities, and influence equitable change to the national infrastructure. The King Center’s BCT toolkit was developed to guide individuals and groups to have the “courageous conversation.” Learn more at http://www.belovedcommunitytalks.org/
Senator Elizabeth Warren
Social Activist Tamika Mallory
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Gloria Morrow