Community Connection Monday August 20

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“The Death of the Angry Black Woman” – Book

Author – Jameliah Young-Mitchell

We join the Author live on Community Connection!

Info per Amazon:

“Anger can get the best of many women, but when anger erupts into rage and leads to shouting, fighting, and name-calling, it’s time to look within and make a change. The Death of the Angry Black Woman boldly acknowledges stereotypes faced by women in the black community and uncovers the seeds that lead many to live anger-filled lives. Instilled with Biblical scripture and jaw-dropping honesty, this debut book from Pastor Jameliah Young-Mitchell, the voice behind the popular Car Chronicles Movement, will empower you to bury your anger, reject false labels, and embrace the new you.”



August Urban Servant Leadership Un-Conference

THIS SATURDAY August 25 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

Martin University 2186 North Sherman Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46218

Register here:…


“You are invited to join us for the Urban Servant Leadership Unconference. Saturday, August 25, 2018 for:

Outstanding workshops

Passionate and knowledgeable speakers



Urban Servant Leadership Breakout Sessions

From social workers to pastors, social entrepreneurs to elected officials, those who serve urban communities do so with a passion for making a positive difference. Many, with their own stories of triumph and recovery, provide more than inspiration. They are silent, everyday heroes. Learn from the best and brightest minds and hearts of urban servant leaders who are empowering the NOW generation!

Urban Servant Expo

Sponsors and vendor/exhibitors help make the Unite For Change.orgUnconference stronger and more impactful. Sign up now to support this year’s urban servants and the communities they serve.

Urban Servant Leadership Award and Speaker

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?” Our bi-annual Urban Servant Leadership Award recognizes those in our community who are making a difference in under-resourced communities by giving of themselves in service. recognizes that these often neglected servant leaders should be applauded for their sacrifices, empowered to grow and encouraged to share their experiences with others. You’ll hear one of these leaders share their testimony during our Urban Servant Leadership Awards Luncheon.”

In Studio Guest:

Pastor G (John Girton Jr)

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