MLK HOLIDAY WEEKEND BREAKFAST MEETING COMMEMORATING 4OO YEARS OF PERSEVERANCE & RESILIENCE
January 19 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
This event is a breakfast meeting both commemorating and contributing to ASALH’s 400 years African American journey story program. It is also about building the CARTER G. WOODSON MEMORIAL INSTITUTE for BLACK CHURCH MINISTRIES AND STUDIES of Reformation Church Chicago’s African American Cultural Center Ministerium (“Young Barack Obama’s organizing sanctuary & Elim Swedish Lutheran Conservator”).
Dr. Lionel Kimble, incoming ASALH VP for Programs and outgoing Chicago Branch Chair, is our invited Guest and Speaker on behalf of ASALH’s 400 Years of Black American Commemoration and Resilience Program. More, leading ASALH Chicago BRANCH members are invited honored guests.