6TH ANNUAL – MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY LECTURE & COMMUNITY FORUMWritten by admin on Dec 27, 2018 in - No Comments
Monday, January 21, 2019
Guest Lecturer: Angela Conley
Angela Conley is the newly elected County Commissioner for District 4 of Hennepin County. For twenty years, Conley has been a human services professional, recently serving as Operations Coordinator for Family Public Assistance at Hennepin County, where she managed organizations contracted by the county to provide services for people living in extreme poverty. A committed neighborhood activist, Conley served as the President of Bryant Neighborhood Organization, where she engaged neighbors and residents to build community and take the lead on neighborhood priorities. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from St. Catherine University and Master’s degree in Public Administration from Hamline University.
All God’s Children Metropolitan Community Church (AGCMCC) happily welcomes you to the 2019 Martin Luther King Day Lecture & Community Forum, a special event that focuses on Dr. King’s expansive notion of “Beloved Community.” His message of faith, justice, and equality is as relevant today as it was during the height of the Civil Rights Movement, especially for LGBTQI people and allies and all who live on the margins of society. The lecture features speakers whose witness and contemporary work testify to the core elements of Dr. King’s ministry.