The King Center’s ‘Beloved Community Talks’ to feature Sen. Elizabeth Warren, OU’s Dr. Kendra King Momon
Dr. Kendra A. King Momon, professor of politics and director of the Rich Foundation Urban Leadership Program, will moderate The King Center’s Beloved Community Talks event on August 28, “Women…the Soul of a Nation”.
Beloved Community Talks convene influential women with diverse voices around bridging the racial divide. The King Center, an organization in Atlanta founded by Coretta Scott King, will welcome special guests: Senator Elizabeth Warren, social activist Tamika Mallory, faith leader and FOX News contributor Dr. Alveda King, clinical psychologist Dr. Gloria Morrow, and GOP Committeewoman Ginger Howard. King Center CEO Dr. Bernice A. King and Dr. Kendra King Momon will moderate.
The event marks the 54th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and of Dr. Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech.
Oglethorpe University will livestream the sold-out event at 6:00 p.m. on August 28 from the Game Room in the Turner Lynch Campus Center. Stay tuned for more details!