Date(s) - 07/28/2015
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Greetings, fellow freedom lovers!
We have joined forces this month with the Buckhead Freedom Coalition to co-host this special forum and panel event!
We will be discussing important matters facing Atlanta in the context of economic development, education reform, judicial reform, the important implications of faith and culture, and access to quality medical and mental health care with prominent leaders in the African-American community. We will share thoughts and ideas on needed reforms and the main issues to be addressed in making Atlanta an even better place to live, work, and play. We suspect that Atlanta could be a model for other large urban areas.
We have a great panel of speakers lined up!
- Pastor Frank Brown of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church – President of Concerned Black Clergy
- Melvin Everson – Director of the Georgia Equal Opportunity Commission
- Major Timothy Quiller – a representative from the Atlanta Police Department
- Michael T. Sterling – Director of the Atlanta Workforce Development Agency
- Dr. Debbie Wallace – the CEO of True Health TV
- Dr. Belinda Ross – Clinical Psychologist and consultant
- Christina Stampley – teen pregnancy center owner, and the head of the Motherless Village of Hope
- Jessica Sykes – works with motherless girls who have lost their biological mothers to death or incarceration
Disclaimer: AFF is a 501(c)(3) and does not support or endorse any current or former candidate for any political party or pending legislation. We seek to provide a forum for educational purposes only. The views expressed in this presentation are the presenters’ only.