Radical Conversations (Social Engagement & Community Building)

2017 RADICAL CONVERSATIONS
Sponsored by the Community Relations Committee

 

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A DIFFERENT BARGAIN ON RACE

with Beatrice & Lawrence Soublet

April 25, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Atlanta Shambhala Meditation Center
1447 Church Street
Decatur, Ga 30030
Suggested Donation $15.00
www.atlanta.shambhala.org


    A Different Bargain on Race

Beatrice Soublet and her husband, Lawrence, received the 2012 Fr. Bruce Wilkinson Founders Award at the Atlanta Archdiocese celebration for the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The award recognizes their leadership in many programs at their Catholic parish in Atlanta, from an anti-racism program they facilitate to mopping the floors at a lunch program for the hungry. They moved to Atlanta after Hurricane Katrina wrecked their home in New Orleans.
Beatrice Perry Soublet educated: BA in Psychology, Bennett College, Greensboro NC; Masters of Arts in Teaching, George Washington University Participated in sit-ins in Greensboro NC; Arrested at the South African Embassy in Washington DC.
Lawrence Clarence Soublet:  education: BS in Mathematics, Southern University of New Orleans; Associate degree in Mathematics, Delgado Community College. Community Leader with Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment