STATESWOMEN FOR JUSTICE/"How to Move from Chaos to Community - Our Response to 'My Brother's Keeper

Ladies and Gentlemen:  

In celebration of Women's History Month
 and the 187th Anniversary of the Black Press,
you are cordially invited to the fourth annual 
celebratory luncheon and issues forum:

"Stateswomen for Justice"
2014 Theme:
"How to Move from Chaos to Community -
Our Response to 'My Brother's Keeper'"
 Omarosa Manigault
Activist, Educator, Philanthropist

Thursday, March 20, 2014
National Press Club
529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor
Washington, DC 20045 
President Barack Obama has launched what some view as one of the most prolific initiatives of his administration. "My Brother's Keeper" focuses national attention on the disparate issues faced by young Black and Latino men in a nation that promises freedom and justice for all. For centuries, Black women have - behind the scenes and on the front lines - carried the torch of freedom, justice and equality jointly with men on every issue from civil rights to education, to economics. This dynamic issues forum and celebratory luncheon will feature the wisdom, guidance and visions of five powerful thought leaders - not just on "My Brother's Keeper" - but on the 
cutting edge issues of 2014. 
Please RSVP early by sending an email to 
or simply click "Reply" at the top of this email
RSVP by Tuesday, March 18 at 5 pm
Feel free to forward this invitation.
Our annual solutions-oriented luncheon and forum brings home the most crucial social justice issues of our day. From the esteemed panelists to the audience participation and dialog, charting a course for American progress is always our ultimate goal. Both men and women are welcome. We hope to see you there.
-Hazel Trice Edney
President/ CEO
Trice Edney Communications, LLC

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