APRIL 20TH 2018 12-10 PM

At The Historic Shiloh Baptist Church 1500 9th Street N.W.,Washington, D.C

Pastor Ted Sutton is the son of District Superintendent and Pastor Dr. Stafford B. Sutton Sr. of the Maryland Church of God in Christ in Baltimore. He tells a compelling story of leading a double life of a preacher’s kid in the church and getting caught up in a world of crime, guns, and gangs in the streets of Baltimore. He is the author of “Temporarily Insane: Promoting Discussions with Youth Struggling with Critical Decisions.” Sutton is now a gang intervention specialist with the Bloods, Crips, Vice Lords, Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings, Johnsons and the 5-15 Boys, etc. and has a story to tell youth and parents alike.


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 ILYASAH SHABAZZ. She is an inspirational role model and advocate for women and girl empowerment. Her lifework is devoted to helping others find inner strength and purpose. While she is frequently asked to speak about the legacy of Malcolm X, she shares that it is her mother Dr. Betty Shabazz's wisdom, courage and compassion that guide her. Ilyasah is an educator, activist, motivational speaker, and author of four award-winning publications: Growing Up X (Random House 2002) a coming of age memoir; Malcolm Little: The Boy Who Grew Up to Become Malcolm X (Simon & Schuster 2014) a children’s illustration book; X, a Novel (Candlewick Press 2015) a young adult historical fiction, and her newest release, Betty Before X (MacMillan 2018) a middle school historical fiction. She has received two NAACP Image Awards, Walter Dean Myers Honor, Library of Congress Inaugural Award, American Library Association Coretta Scott King Honor, and has been long listed for The National Book Award.                                                                                           LEARN MORE @

Mitchell Nkrumah






Anthony T. Browder is an author, publisher, cultural historian, artist, and an educational consultant. He is a graduate of Howard University’s College of Fine Arts and has lectured extensively throughout the United States, Africa, Caribbean, Mexico, Japan and Europe, on issues related to African and African American History and Culture. Mr. Browder is the founder and director of IKG Cultural Resources and has devoted 30 years researching ancient Egyptian history, science, philosophy and culture. He has traveled to Egypt 54 times since 1980 and is currently director of the ASA Restoration Project, which is funding the excavation and restoration of the 25thdynasty tomb of Karakhamun in Luxor, Egypt. Browder is the first African American to fund and coordinate an archeological dig in Egypt and has conducted 23 archeological missions to Egypt since 2009...                 LEARN MORE @