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Emerging Leaders Conference Presents "Changing the Narrative: Millennial, Black, Pentecostal and #WOKE" Think Tank, Saturday, 9/28 at 1:45pm in Muller Chapel

Contributed by Christopher A. House on 09/26/19 

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Christian Community Church Emerging Leaders Conference, September 27th-29th, welcomes Kelly Diane Galloway, Kalya Griffin, Esq., Damon Stubbs and Ashley Cross for the Emerging Leaders Conference Think Tank, Saturday September 28 at 1:45pm-3:15pm in Muller Chapel.  

Join ELC Think Tank guests for a dialogue on the role of the Holy Spirit in liberation, millennial Pentecostals and activism from a black Pentecostal epistemological and hermeneutical standpoint.

Kelly Diane Galloway, Founder and President of Mona’s House (Western NY’s first restoration home for victims of human trafficking), Buffalo, NY

Ashley Cross, Founder of Manna House (Tulsa Oklahoma’s first transition home for foster care/homeless young girls), Tulsa, OKC

Damond Stubbs, Founder and President of Conscious in Pentecost Social Justice Organization, Harlem, NY

Kayla Griffin, Esq., Assistant Secretary and Chair of the Legal Redress Committee, Cleveland Branch of the NAACP, Cleveland, OH

ELC Think Tank moderator: Dr. Christopher A. House, Department of Communication Studies

 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Christopher A. House at chouse@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-3216. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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