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Rev. Karla Cooper speaks to guests attending the Diversity and Inclusion Forum of the Northeast Human Resources Association in suburban Boston. She explains the evolution of the phrase LGBTQAI and its impact on society in the US.
A Remarkable Breakfast On A Remarkable Day
Join Us At The Tuesday March 17th Black History Breakfast
(With A Touch Of Irish!)
The rescheduled March 17th Black History Breakfast will bring very special people together in remarkable new ways. This is the 22nd Empowerment Recognition Breakfast and the very first time since its beginning in the year 2000 that it’s been rescheduled because of Mother Nature! But what fun and excitement we plan on having on its new date: Tuesday March 17th. We’re calling this a Black History occasion with a touch of Irish since it’s also St. Patrick’s Day. And we’ll celebrate our diversity with those friends and colleagues who will attend that morning with a power packed program second to none.
Special Guest Speaker: Rev. Karla Cooper of Lincoln, Nebraska
I just returned from Lincoln, visited Doane College where Rev. Cooper serves as the Chaplain and Professor and visited her church, Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church. Trust me, you won’t want to miss Rev. Cooper’s keynote address on March 17th as she weaves in her insights of Black History with her experiences in the LGBTQ community and how she co-founded AME India (www.embracingindia.com).
Read more about Rev. Cooper Here…
Guest Emcee: Latoyia Edwards News Anchor NECN-TV
Lauren Greene• Intern Architect, Community & Faith Based Advocate
Arnold Sapenter • Boston Chapter President & Nat’l Council of Presidents NFBPA
Dr. Jacobi Cunningham • Scientist, Community & Faith Based Advocate
Music By Ramu and the Crew Entertainment
Tickets are still available: $60 Each ($40 for Members of the Multicultural Symposium Series)
$600 For A Table of Ten
Come enjoy the festivities. Bring your Colleagues and Your Team
It will be an event that will jumpstart your diversity and multicultural activities for the rest of 2015.
For ticket information go to www.mssconnect.com
To order directly online visit: http://2015blackhistorybreakfast.eventbrite.com
Questions: Call Carole Copeland Thomas at 50 947-5755
Bring young people to the Breakfast.
•Bring emerging diverse staff members and leaders.
•Bring your family members.
•Bring community advocates.
•Bring your business leaders.
•Bring anyone who cares about economic development and multicultural leadership.
See You On March 17th!!
-Carole Copeland Thomas
by Carole Copeland Thomas
Come Celebrate The Achievements Of Three Of Our Young and Seasoned Black Leaders! You are cordially invited to attend our 22nd Empowerment Recognition Breakfast that will be held during Black History Month on Tuesday February 10, 2015 at The Colonnade Boston Hotel. Our guest speaker will be Rev. Karla Cooper, a Professor at Doane College, Pastor at Quinn Chapel AME Church in Lincoln, Nebraska and Co-Founder of AME India (www.embracingindia.com).
Our special Breakfast Emcee is NECN TV award winning news anchor Latoyia Edwards.
Awardees include Lauren Greene, Arnold Sapenter and Dr. Jacobi Cunningham, are all dedicated leaders in the African American community.
Tickets are $60 each $40 for MSS Members and $600 for a Table of Ten.
Register online at www.mssconnect.com or call Carole Copeland Thomas at 508 947-5755 for ticket information.
Sponsorships Are Welcome! Lead Sponsor: State Street Corporation.
Co-Host: Colonnade Boston Hotel.
Spread the Word!!!
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