PRLog - Feb. 6, 2014 - LOS ANGELES -- African American Healers' Inc. with the University Seventh-day Adventist Church and Dr. Ramona L. Hyman, author, performance artist, and poet is presenting the 2nd Annual African American Healers', Inc. in a Multi-cultural Nation conference on Saturday, February 15, 2014 at University Seventh-day Adventist Church located at 1135 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90037.
2nd annual AA Healers in a Multi-cultural Nation
Last year African American Healers', Inc. had an amazing program and panel discussions with dynamic speakers Dr. Benjamin Baker, Dr. Andy Lampkin, Dr. Andrea Trusty King, Mr. Anthony Paschal and Dr. Maury Jackson. This year the Black History program and conversation continues as African American Healers', Inc. focuses on the African American faith institution, the Church.
During the 11:00 am divine worship service, Dr. Maury Jackson will be the guest speaker and will preach on the African American Church. Lunch will be provided after the morning service and then in the afternoon at 3pm, Dr. Ramona L. Hyman will present a presentation entitled "Montgomery 55: Lessons from A Boycott." It is about the people who walked 381 days so that African Americans would not be forced to sit in the back of a bus.
This program, African American Healers' in a Multi-Cultural nation, is the mantra that Dr. Hyman wants everyone to voice anytime someone opens his or her mouth in America. "My prayer is that all who partake in this conversation find themselves baptized by and in the spirit of the healing that holds the African American community-even through the storms and that God's voice, God's thoughts concerning the African American will dance forth in the sermon and presentation,"
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About Dr. Maury Jackson, DMin - Dr. Maury Jackson is the Assistant Professor of Practical Theology for the HMS Richards Divinity School at La Sierra University. His publications include articles entitled, When Anger Heals: a Christian Response to the Global Healthcare Debate (2013 Adventist Today); The Heresy Tertullian Overlooked: On Prescription against the Apologist’s Use of Rhetoric (2012 Spes Christiana); Delivering Salvation: Pregnancy and Childbirth (2012 Spectrum Magazine); Sketching an Adventist Vision for Global Mission (2012 Adventist Today); Answering the Call for a Sacred Conversation on Race (2008 Spectrum Magazine).
About University Seventh-day Adventist Church - Dr. David Taylor is the Pastor of University Seventh-day Adventist Church. University SDA is located at 1135 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90037. Seventh-day Adventists are a faith community rooted in the beliefs described by the Holy Scriptures.
About African American Healers' Inc. - African American Healers' Inc. is an organization created by Dr. Ramona Hyman to bring awareness to the African American and all people of color for healing in a Multi-cultural nation. The company organizes seminars, conferences and presentations.
About Dr. Ramona Hyman – Dr. Ramona Hyman is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has served as an Associate Professor of Humanities, School of Religion at Loma Linda University. In addition to, she is an author, performance artist, essayist and poet. She earned her B.A from Temple University, her MA from Andrews University and her PhD from the University of Alabama. Dr. Hyman has served as a speaker for the Alabama Humanities Foundation and a poet in resident for the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the Huntsville Arts Council. She has been the recipient of the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminars for College Teachers grant. Dr. Hyman has served as an adjudicator for Faculty Research Awards for the National Endowment for Humanities in Washington, D.C. Dr. Hyman’s literary work has been included in journals and anthologies such as Amiri and Amini Baraka’s An Anthology of African American Women Writers (Marrow Press), African American Pulpit, Message, and African American Review. She is a consulting editor for Message and the author of the collection of poetry, In the Sanctuary of a South. She is the Chair of the Committee on Creative Writing for the College Language Association. Dr. Hyman’s stories are designed for all audiences: academic institutions, religious and social organizations.
Dr. Hyman is currently available to conduct seminars and lectures and present her poetry and stories to churches and businesses. For more information, you may email her at Ramona.hyman@