African-American History Month speaker at Van Buren MBC

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The Katie Hall Educational Foundation, Inc. would like to invite each of you to attend “Charlottesville, Slavery, and The American Civil War” as presented by our Chairman and CEO Junifer Hall, JD. This presentation will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 10, 2018, at the Van Buren Missionary Baptist Church, 2585 Van Buren Street in Gary.

Hall’s discussion will feature Emmy and Grammy Award-winning filmmaker, Ken Burns’ documentary film, “The Civil War, Part 1.” Burns was the Katie Hall Educational Foundation, Inc.’s Chairman’s Award recipient in April 2016. “The Civil War,” which as produced by Burns was the most watched documentary film in American history.

This presentation will commence the African-American History celebration at Van Buren Missionary Baptist Church. Chairman and CEO Hall is a life-long member and is the United Male Chorus Boosters and Sweethearts Ministry Leader at Van Buren Missionary Baptist Church.

Admission is free and open to the General Public. Light refreshments will be served after the event.

The organizers are Diana Sandlin, VBMBC African-American History Chairwoman, Eresena Freeman, VBMBC Christian Education Ministry Leader and Rev. Dwight E. Mobley, Sr., Pastor/Teacher.

For more information, contact Van Buren Missionary Baptist Church at (219) 886-2541 or the Law Office of Attorney John Henry Hall, Ed.D., LL.M. at (219) 883-7711.

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