Pan African Dialogue At New York Church And Business Conference

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A "Pan African Dialogue" at this year's annual "Church, Business and Community Conference" hosted in Brooklyn by Rev. Dennis Dillon, publisher The New York Christian Times.

Upcoming Church, Business and Community Conference. Saturday, December 6, 12.30PM to 3PM.

Rev. Dennis Dillon will be presenting the new edition of the "State of Black Economic New York Report."

(Go to The New York Christian Times' website for details. Call (718) 638-6397. The Pan African Dialogue, which is only one of several events, include the following speakers: Dr. Ron Daniels; Lloyd Williams CEO and President Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce; Zeke Johnson Managing Director Amnesty International -- USA; Selmon Walters Minister of Rural Transformation, Information, Public Service, and Ecclesiastical Affairs, St. Vincent & the Grenadines; and Milton Allimadi Publisher The Black Star News)

It's a jam packed Conference with an amazing array of dynamic speakers addressing a range of issues and topics of vital concern to Black people.

In the wake of the fateful events in Ferguson, it is more important than ever for Black people to come together in the spirit of Unity,Cooperation and Action.

Rev. Dillion is a courageous, competent, honest and visionary leader who is a Charter Member of PAUD and constant presence.  For the sake of our people, he deserves our solid support. So, please plan to attend and spread the word to family and friends to do likewise. Most events are free and open to the public. See you there.

Yours in the struggle,

Dr. Ron Daniels

Convener, Pan African Unity Dialogue (PAUD) 

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