Thursday, June 12, 2014
Beebe Memorial Cathedral, Oakland CA
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Keynote Speakers
Dr. Mark Labberton
Pastor Michael McBride

Panel discussion
Abu Qadir Al-Amin, Imam SF Muslim Community Center
Rosa Aqeel, Legislative Director for PICO CA
Mary Ellen Azada, Associate Pastor of Missional Engagement at First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley
Ben McBride, Founder of Empower Initiative and Director of City Team Oakland
Marjorie Stamper-Kurn, diversity inclusion specialist

The Project Peace Speaker Series is pleased to partner with local agencies and faith based groups, to discuss the ideas of how race and faith intersect in the East Bay. How can we as people of faith engage in this topic and be a part of a community-wide solution? How do we as citizens and people of faith work together with the broader community? How can we live out our faith as it relates to race? Our hope for the evening is to contribute to the larger conversation around the restoration of our city by strengthening our faith and our communities.

Sponsored by Mazzarello Media & Arts, Matt Beardsley Creative, Empower Initiative, and Lifelines to Healing

Filmed on location in Oakland by Chris Bjuland and Fabricio Sousa of Matt Beardsley Creative
Produced and Edited by Matt Beardsley

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