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People of Life Annual Benefit Reception

November 4 @ 6:30 pm

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Please join us on Friday, November 4, 2022 at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, MI for the People of Life Annual Benefit Reception. Hear special guest speaker Dr. Eboné Barnes, Ed.D. who researched the experiences of post-abortive women in the African-American church. We hope to see you there! For more information, please call Tina at (313) 212-1326 or e-mail [email protected]. Print flyer.

Event Schedule

Friday, November 4, 2022
6:30 p.m. dinner/cash bar opens
7:30 p.m. program

Reservations

$75 per individual reservation ($15 is tax-deductible)
$560 per table of 8 ($80 is tax-deductible)
$60 per reservation donated to a pastor or first-time guest (not tax deductible)
$480 per table donated to pastors or first-times (not tax deductible)

Sponsorships available

Please register by October 28.

Location

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
315 E. Warren Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201

Special Guest Speaker

Dr. Eboné Barnes, Ed.D.
Transformational Motivational Speaker

Passionate, transformational, motivational speaker, Dr. Eboné M. Barnes works with individuals and organizations to escalate effective, confident communication and give voice to the voiceless.  She leads with love, transparency, and truth.

Dr. Barnes received a Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership and Development from Cornerstone University, Master of Science in Communications from Grand Valley State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Aquinas College. With nearly thirty years of work in the education industry she is committed to being a lifetime learner and facilitating learning for others. She is fearlessly vulnerable in communicating and sharing her personal abortion story in hopes that it helps others choose life, choose healing, and obliterate the strangling grasp of an abortion secret.

Dr. Barnes is a mother to five adult children and proud grandparent to 4 beautiful grandchildren. Her love for life and being a voice to the voiceless fuels her passion for helping women navigate life choices when faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Dr. Barnes’ dissertation “A Silent Crisis: Lived Experiences of Post-Abortive Women in the African-American Church” sought to understand the lived experiences of Christian, African American women who are post abortive to illustrate the need for unplanned pregnancy and post-abortion ministries within the African American church.

Master of Ceremonies

Terris E. Todd

Terris E. Todd currently serves as the Senior Advisor of Engagement at The Heritage Foundation. In 2020, Terris was appointed by the Trump Administration serving as the Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington D.C. Prior to his appointment, Terris served as Michigan Republican Party Vice-Chair and Director of District Relations in the Michigan House of Representatives (District 62) in 2015. He continues to provide expertise to the Michigan Conservative Energy Forum, Frederick Douglass Foundation of MI, and Right to Life of Michigan as well. Today, Terris and his wife Karen commute between Battle Creek, Michigan and Arlington, Virginia. They have three daughters.

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