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Saturday, January 13, 2007

Honoring African Americans

HONORING THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES
9TH ANNUAL THANKSGIVING CELEBRATIONS

(Full report: http://www.foundationforpluralism.com/TG2005_REPORT.asp )


Our Mission at the Foundation for Pluralism is to encourage individuals to develop an open mind and an open heart towards their fellow beings, and make efforts to respect and value the uniqueness of each individual, their distinctive cultures, and their belief systems – while acknowledging our Unity in the Spirit.


We seek ways to bridge any barriers based on religious, racial, nationalistic, linguistic, cultural, social or any other affiliation – through recognition of our Oneness and connection through universal human values of love, peace and joy. Thank you for joining with us in this Thanksgiving Celebration – as we take time to express gratitude for one another, for our cultures,for our country, and for the world we help create together.


(Full report: http://www.foundationforpluralism.com/TG2005_REPORT.asp )

Tribute to Rev. Martin Luther King & Hon. Rosa Parks
First and foremost, we would like to honor two guiding lights of the Civil Rightsmovement in America, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., and Ms. Rosa Parks -who taught us to view one another, not through a lens of color, but of character …and most of all, through a lens of Love. And now, we would like to invite:


· Anne Marie Weiss Armush, President of DFW International
· Cheryl Smith, Editor of the Dallas Weekly … and
· Rev. Perry Crenshaw, pastor of Warren United Methodist Church.
· Ester Davis of Ester Davis show on PAX television.

Anne Marie: founder of DFW International Community Alliance, network of all our ethnic peoples and organizatinos Peacemaker of the Year 2003..... I must add Einstein’s words here “ peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding”…
She is author of many a great books, including Middle Eastern cooking, a commentator on Goodmorning America, PBS, CBS 11, NBC 5, KNON radio and has been on my radio show several times.


She is one of the best promoter of cultural diversity..

Rev.Perry N. Crenshaw is a native of Fort Worth, Texas and currently resides in Cedar Hill, Texas
. He has been the Sr. Pastor of Warren United Methodist Church for the past seven years.

Currently, Pastor Crenshaw is an Ordained Elder in the North Texas Conference of The United Methodist Church. He also serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the African American Pastors Coalition, and is a featured contributor in the anthology of sermons entitled, “Solutions: Sermonic Answers to Life’s Situations”.


Pastor Crenshaw has a passion for serving God and His people.


Cheryl Smith is an editor of Dallas weekly newspaper, a very popular ethnic news paper…
Ester Davis is a shining example of a person who knows how to make the difference, she is a speaker, and host of Ester Davis TV show….

Cheryl Smith Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks …Anne Marie’s Tribute on What Civil Rights means to the American Conscience [?Mike, is this correct for Anne Marie’s focus?]
Mike reads the Plaque, and presents it to Pastor Perry Crenshaw … and Ester Davis…

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