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We invite you to be a part of this historic event by participating, partnering, volunteering, or attending.
We invite you to participate, partner, volunteer, or attend the Selma Bridge Crossing Ministers of Justice Roundtable.
Presided over by the denominational home of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Progressive National Baptist Convention (PNBC) - Dr. David Peoples, President. Hosted by Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee, The Leaders and Legends Organization, the A. D. King Foundation, and the International Justice, Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Association.
Together, we have the power to build on the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement, strengthen our bonds as a community, and take transformative action towards justice and equality for all.
Join us in this remarkable journey as we bridge the gap between the past and the future, and work towards a society where justice is the cornerstone of every endeavor.
We believe that your unique perspectives and expertise will greatly contribute to the discussions and debates during the Selma Bridge Crossing Ministers of Justice Roundtable. Your presence will help shed light on the vital intersections between faith, civil rights, and the ongoing pursuit of voting rights. We anticipate thoughtful conversations and impactful outcomes as a result of your participation and contribution to the movement.
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Active participation is at the heart of the Selma Bridge Crossing Ministers of Justice Roundtable. We encourage all ministers passionate about social justice issues to actively engage in thought-provoking discussions, share experiences, and present innovative solutions. This is an opportunity to contribute your unique perspective and expertise to shape the course of action for justice in our communities and across the nation. Your involvement is indispensable in driving positive change.
Collaboration is key to achieving lasting impact. The Selma Bridge Crossing Ministers of Justice Roundtable welcomes partners from various sectors such as academia, non-profit organizations, and government agencies. By forging strategic partnerships, we can combine our efforts, resources, and expertise to create a more inclusive and just society. Together, we can foster a network of like-minded individuals and organizations that tackle systemic injustices and work towards equal rights for all.
Volunteering is a powerful way to contribute to the cause of justice. We invite you to lend your time, skills, and passion to further the goals of the Selma Bridge Crossing Ministers of Justice Roundtable. Volunteers play a crucial role in event coordination, logistics, and outreach efforts, ensuring a seamless experience for attendees and maximizing the impact of the Roundtable. Your commitment to service will help create a sense of community and activate the collective power we possess to bring about change.
Attending the Selma Bridge Crossing Ministers of Justice Roundtable presents a unique opportunity to engage with influential voices in the fight for justice. The event will feature authentic servant leaders of God and the movement, renowned speakers, and interactive sessions designed to inspire, educate, and empower attendees. By attending, you will not only enhance your understanding of the pivotal role of faith leaders in catalyzing social change, but you will also connect with a diverse community committed to advancing justice and equality. Your presence at the Roundtable will contribute to a rich tapestry of perspectives and ideas.
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