2004-02-20 / Community

‘Breaking The Chains’ At Local Church

‘Breaking The Chains’ At Local Church

In celebration of Black History Month, the Souls of the Black Folk Conference present "Breaking the Chains," at St. John Baptist Church on Saturday, February 28 at 5 p.m. This year’s focus will be on the role of the Black Church in addressing some of the socio-economic and political issues affecting the African-American community.

A panel of experts including pastor James D. Williams, police officer Thomas Flud, local NAACP President Ed Williams, corrections officer Andre’ Coakley, criminal justice professor Charlyn Hilliman and the Church’s Chairman on Prison Ministry, Raphael Greaves, will speak on the issues and answer questions from the audience.

A $6 donation is requested to benefit the Church’s scholarship fund and light food will be served. For more in formation call 718. 945.5550.

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