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PowerTalk Series 2014

PowerTalk Series 2014

(Washington, DC) – Peabody Award-winning broadcast news journalist, Carl Nelson,  presents Power Talk One, a lecture series featuring prominent and proficient scholars who will speak to the future of the black community and our cultural concerns.”We must first stop the killings” said Nelson.  The event is being held Saturday, June 21, 2014, 2:00pm-6:00pm at the Plymouth Congregational Church, 5301 N. Capitol Street, NE.


The featured speakers are Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, a Psychiatrist and author. She is noted for the “Cress Theory of Color Confrontation” and best seller “The Isis Papers, The Keys to the Colors.” Also featured will be Dick Gregory, a social activist, comedian, author, nutritionist, and spokesperson for health issues.  He became nationally recognized in the 1960’s for his biting brand of comedy that attacked racial prejudice.  In the 1980’s his nutrition business venture was the first to target unhealthy diets of Black Americans.


Dr. Anthony Tony Browder is an author, publicist, cultural historian, artist and educational consultant. His best sellers include, From the Browder Files and Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization, Exploring the Myths.


Dr. Claud Anderson, is President of the Harvest Institute, a non-profit nationally recognized Black think tank. He is also widely recognized as one of America’s most influential intellectuals, and author of the best sellers, Black Labor, White Wealth, Dirty Little Secrets, and Powernomics.


Dr. Umar Ifatunde Johnson, is an educator, psychologist, political science, and the “Prince of Pan Africanism.” A blood relative of Fredrick Douglass, he is a certified school psychologist who practices privately throughout Pennsylvania, and lectures throughout the country.  


Dr. Patricia Newton, is President & Medical Director of Newton and Associates, PA specialist in Psychiatry & Behavior Medicine. She is board certified in Psychiatry & Neurology with sub-specialty in Administrative Psychiatry.

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