PHOTOS BY KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ
Reverend James T. Golden, Ward Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church, Bradenton
PHOTO BY KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ
William Moure, Political Action/Civic Engagement Chair
William J. Moure, Political Action/Civic Engagement Chair (l) and Don Brown, Lakeland NAACP President, (r) listen intently.
Reverend Willie Kingcade - Mt. Zion Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, sits beside Reverend Johnny L. Smiley - Faith Temple Holiness Church of God In Christ.
Pastor Sherol D.Larkin - Canaan Land Worship & Outreach Ministries.
Myrtis Wells, sits in for the Reverend Dwayne L. Wells, Starlight Temple Missionary Baptist Church.
Reverend Willie Kingcade takes notes during the meeting.
Reverend Johnny L. Smiley explains how the churches help those in need of assistance, whether food, clothing, or emergency help.
Reverend Willie Kingcade, Reverend Johnnie L. Smiley, and Narvel Peterson listen to comments made by Don Brown, Lakeland NAACP President.
Fighting the tide of newly-enacted election restrictions, a faith-based coalition in Lake Wales has joined hands with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to get out the vote.
This goes beyond the city limits, however, according to Reverend James T. Golden, Ward Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church in Bradenton, speaking on behalf of the Florida Conference of the NAACP. “We are calling this our Citizens Outreach Effort – it’s an effort on the part of the NAACP to increase registrations across the country,” Golden said.
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