Please join Bethany United Holiness Church for their Black History Month Program, with featured speakers, Alamance Branch President Barrett Brown, and political activist and writer Clayton de Souza. This program will begin at 3:00 pm, on February 22nd at Bethany United Holiness Church, 1229 Lower Hopedale Road in Burlington. The program also includes a soloist, praise dancers, and others Ministering in song.
Information on the event’s featured speakers:
Barrett Brown began serving as the President of Alamance County Branch of the NAACP on January 1st of this year. In 2014, he served as the Alamance NAACP Moral Freedom Summer Advisor where he helped lead the Alamance Branch to register 500 Alamance county residents to vote ahead of the 2015 elections. He also serves on the North Carolina Democratic Party State Executive Committee and is a member of the Alamance County Committee for Civic Affairs, Jack and Jill of America, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., and the Prince Hall Free and Accepted Masons.
Clayton de Souza has been involved with multiple political campaigns, including work as a Campaign Manager for City Council member Erin Carlstrom in Santa Rosa, Ca. He has served as a Legal Intern for the Alamance County( N.C.) District Attorney’s office and as a Constituent Services Intern for former U.S. Senator Kay Hagan. He has been a contributing writer for the Burlington Times News, covering concert reviews and the first presidential inauguration of Barack Obama in 2009.
For more information on the event, please contact Associate Pastor Nellie Mann at 336-603-6135.