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The Voice of the Black Community
Lectures & Seminars
Date: July 11, 2014
Time: 7:00 pm

Location: Show map
LATIBAH Collard Green Museum
720 Tuckaseegee Road
Charotte, NC

Phone: (704) 333-2426
Site: www.latibahmuseum.org

Held the 2nd Friday of each month, LATIBAH Talk is a lecture-panel discussion focusing on aspects of Black History and culture. This month's topic is "Ancestors Voices... Restoring Humanity." According to organizers, the premise is that the original church gave itself authority to remove the humanity from Africa and the African through a series of man-made creeds and doctrines. Historical, legal, social and religious aspects of the issue will be discussed in detail.

Panelists include former A&T Professor Jamal Turner, Attorney T. Michael Todd, historian Amadou Shakur and Sankofa Baba of the LATIBAH Museum. 

General admission is $5. Members are free.

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