The History of the ‘Negro Project’ Awareness Seminar will be held on Thursday, September 19 at 7 p.m. at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church.
Bishop Darryl Husband, who will be hosting the awareness seminar at Mount Olivet Baptist Church stated, “I further believe that Virginia has an opportunity to lead the way for the rest of the nation to end the greatest and most subtle attempt at genocide ever seen. It begins with educating our generation. Terry Beatley, (Virginia Christian Alliance and Hosea Initiative) who is helping expose the Negro Project, has a heart for reaching people and helping with that education process. The Mount Olivet Church is honored to have the opportunity to host the event in hopes that it will be the beginning of something that gains national attention.”
Martin Luther King’s niece, Dr. Alveda King, a minister, civil rights activist and grandmother provided the following quote supporting the event, “It’s time for people to know the truth about ‘The Negro Project’ . . . and what it has done to hurt children and families.”