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									                        Science and Spiritual Awareness Week
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 VocatioNMorehouse
   Inaugural
  Festival
dUate of Alumni and
        Student Preaching


        “Hearing the Call,
       Answering the Call,
       Nurturing the Call”


heological
           26th Annual
ocation Luther King Jr.
    Martin                       A Renaissance of Vocation
      College of Ministers
                 and Laity

        “Green Jobs, Green
     Justice, Green Living”



            April 3 - 10, 2011
        Martin Luther King Jr.
         International Chapel
           Morehouse College
             Atlanta, Georgia
    The Collection       v encompassing       approximately 10,000 handwritten

    speeches, sermons, correspondence, photos and famous and lesser known

    writings   v supports     campus-based programs and community outreach

    initiatives that advance King’s teachings and philosophy of nonviolence.




stewardship • scholarship • partnership
                        Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection
               830 Westview Drive, S.W. • Atlanta, GA 30314 • Office: (404) 681-7554
                 kingcollection@morehouse.edu • KingCollection.morehouse.edu
                                                                                  SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
The Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel                                   THURSDAY, MARCH 31ST
at Morehouse College                                                              11 A.M. - MLK JR. INTERNATIONAL CHAPEL
presents                                                                          B.R. BRAZEAL ALUMNI DAY CROWN FORUM
SCIENCE AND SPIRITUAL
                                                                                  Sermon - “We Have Nothing to Lose”
                                                                                  Speaker - The Reverend Otis Moss, III ’92

AWARENESS WEEK
                                                                                             Senior Pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ
                                                                                             Chicago, Illinois
APRIL 3-10, 2011                                                                  SUNDAY, APRIL 3RD
Theme:                                                                            6 P.M. - SALE HALL
                                                                                  Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Service
A RENAISSANCE OF VOCATION                                                         Sermon: “Making It Plain”
                                                                                  Speaker - Dr. Rosetta Ross,
                                                                                            Professor, Spelman College
As part of our four-year program for the Theological Exploration of
Vocation, “The WorldHouse Realized Initiative,” funded by the Lilly               MON., APRIL 4th - WED., APRIL 6th
                                                                                  7 P.M. - MLK Jr. International Chapel
Endowment, Inc., we have chosen to focus our attention on this year’s             Festival of Alumni and Students preaching
Science and Spiritual Awareness Week theme of “A Renaissance of
Vocation: Hearing, Answering and Nurturing the Call.”                             TUES., APRIL 5th - WED., APRIL 6th
                                                                                  9:30 A.M. - 4 p.m. - African American Hall of Fame,
Renaissance means a rebirth and vocation comes from the Latin word                MLK JR. INTERNATIONAL CHAPEL
                                                                                  Alumni Clergy and student Workshops
vocare, which means “to call.” Hence, this year program focuses on the
rebirth of the idea of a calling, whether in ministry, social justice, social     THURSDAY, APRIL 7th
entrepreneurship or the care of creation. This calling to something larger        11 A.M. -MLK Jr. International Chapel
than ourselves—informed by our education and intellect and inspired by            26th Annual College of Ministers and Laity
                                                                                  Speaker -Dr. Anthony K. “Van” Jones
our faith and spiritual tradition—represents the highest aims of the tradition             Founder, Green For All, Inc.
of a liberal arts education. Vocation is where the twin pillars of liberal arts
education—faith and reason—join the adaptation and affirmation of values          12:30 P.M. - Executive Conference Center
                                                                                  Honoree Luncheon /Panel Discussion
(Peter J. Gomes, 1999 Daedalus).
The late Dr. Gomes ended his piece quoting from former Harvard                    7 P.M. - MLK Jr. International Chapel
                                                                                  Social Entrepreneurship Panel
President Nathan M. Pusey’s The Age of the Scholar on the purpose of
higher education, which explains what our Renaissance of Vocation is all          SUNDAY, APRIL 10th
about: “to instill into the minds of youth…the principles of morality and         6 P.M. - Sale Hall
rectitude which will give them a true and happy direction in the pursuit          Creation Care Service
                                                                                  Speaker - Dr. Gerald Durley
of all public and private virtues, and by the exercise of which they may                    Senior Pastor, Providence Missionary Baptist Church
become useful to themselves, good members of society, and ornaments
of their country.”                                                                PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 17th
                                                                                  6 P.M. - Sale Hall
We begin the week exploring “Hearing the Call, Answering the Call,                SERMON - “Job, Jesus, Jerusalem and Japan”
                                                                                  Speaker - Dr. Lawrence Edward Carter Sr.
Nurturing the Call” and end with an in-depth look at “Green Jobs, Green                     Dean, Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel
Justice, Green Living.”
                                                                                  EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 24th
                                                                                  11 A.M. - MLK Jr. International Chapel
                                                                                  Interfaith Resurrection Service
                                                                                  Speaker - Dr. Joseph E. Lowery
                                                                                            President Emeritus
                                                                                            Southern Christian Leadership Conference

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                   INAUGURAL MOREHOUSE FESTIVAL OF ALUMNI AND STUDENTS PREACHING


    APRIL 4 - 6
    ALL EVENING EVENTS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND WILL BE HELD IN THE
    MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. INTERNATIONAL CHAPEL
                                     THE REV. LESTER A. McCORN ’88 -PRESIDING
                                     PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE A.M.E. ZION CHURCH
                                     BALTIMORE, MD


                                 

                                     SEE PAGE 6 FOR TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DAY PROGRAM

    Each evening program, beginning at 7 p.m., will have a series of 15-minute sermons addressing the three Renaissance of
    Vocation themes and with musical prelude, postlude and intermezzo highlights consonant with each theme. Following the
    last sermon of each evening, a panel discussion comprised of the preachers and the professors of homiletics will respond
    and discuss the sermons—not critiquing, but creatively addressing methods employed to convey ideas and speak to current
    social themes affecting our common humanity.


                                                                     PROGRAM
                                                                 Call to Worship - Hymn
                                                                    Greeting/Occasion
                                                                      Opening Prayer
                                                      Sermons Interspersed With Musical Meditations
                                                            Congregational Response - Hymn
                                                                     Panel Discussion
                                                                     Closing Remarks

                                                             HOMELETICS PANELISTS




                                                                                               

            TERESA FRY-BROWN                                              MARK LOMAX                                     MARTHA SIMMONS
            Candler School of Theology 
                                 Interdenominational                         The African American Lectionary &
                 Emory University                                         Theological Center                            The African American Pulpit


                                                                       MUSICIANS
  Terry F. Walker Sr. ’89             William K. Gravely ’07        James Abbington III ’83            David F. Oliver              Edward A. Menifee Jr. ’97
  MLK Jr. International Chapel        Destiny Metropolitan Church    Candler School of Theology    Morehouse College Organist         MLK Jr. Chapel Voices
                                                                          Emory University                                                 & Vitamin C


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                    INAUGURAL MOREHOUSE FESTIVAL OF ALUMNI AND STUDENT PREACHING
                                                 “A RENAISSANCE OF VOCATION”
                                            SESSION 1 – MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 4 - 7 P.M.
                                                      THEME-“HEARING THE CALL”                                                                  


     
                                            
                                              





                                                                              

Raphael G. Warnock ’91                       Samuel T. Ross-Lee ’88                            Ernest Brooks ’05                          David M. McGruder ’11
  Ebenezer Baptist Church                  Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church                                                                 Academy of Preachers
       Atlanta, GA                                          

                                                   New Haven, CT
                                                            

                                                                                               Academy of Preachers
                                                                                         Mt. Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church
                                                                                                   Williamston, NC
                                                                                                                                       MLK Jr. International Chapel Assistant



                                            SESSION 2 – TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 5- 7 P.M.

                

                                                 THEME-“ANSWERING THE CALL”
                                                                                  
                                                      





          Lewis E. Logan, II ’85                                      Michael A. Walrond Jr. ’93                                Nicholas S. Richards ’05
   Rauch Christian Community Fellowship Church                         First Corinthian Baptist Church                             Academy of Preachers
                 Los Angeles, CA                                                 Harlem, NY                                      Abyssinian Baptist Church
                                                                                                                                        Harlem, NY
                                             
                                                                





                                       Anthony Miller ’11                                                Anthony L. Trufant ’84
                                 MLK Jr. International Chapel Assistant                                   Emmanuel Baptist Church
                                                                                                              Brooklyn, NY


                                         SESSION 3 – WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 6- 7 P.M.
                                                 THEME-“NURTURING THE CALL”
                                                                          
                                                        

          





          Jonathan Wilkins ’01                                      Brandon T. Crowley ’08                                   Reginald W. Sharpe ’13
         Western Avenue Baptist Church                                Academy of Preachers                                      Academy of Preachers
                Cambridge, MA                                          Myrtle Baptist Church                               MLK Jr. International Chapel Assistant
                                                                        West Newton, MA

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                          ALUMNI CLERGY AND STUDENT WORKSHOPS

TUESDAY, APRIL 5
                “Healthy Living and Ministry”
                9:30-NOON
                AFRICAN AMERICAN HALL OF FAME, MLK JR. INTERNATIONAL CHAPEL



                                              ROBERT O. YOUNG, PH.D.
                                  	           FOUNDER, PH MIRACLE LIVING




                Specially Prepared Lunch by Shelly Young
                12:30-2 P.M.


                Morehouse Renaissance Campaign
                2:30-4 P.M.
                PRESIDENT ROBERT M. FRANKLIN ’75 and
                VICE PRESIDENT PHILLIP HOWARD ’87



WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6
                Summer Ministers Conference
                9:30-NOON
                AFRICAN AMERICAN HALL OF FAME, MLK JR. INTERNATIONAL CHAPEL
                ADRIENNE HARRIS
                CYGNUS COMMUNICATIONS


                “All Labor Has Dignity”
                2:30-4 P.M.



                                          MICHAEL K. HONEY, PH.D.
                                          Haley Professor of Humanities
                                          University of Washington
                                          Tacoma, Washington


     Followed by reception and book signing

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                                 Crown Forum Speaker

                                Anthony K. “Van” Jones
                                Distinguished Visiting Fellow
                                The Center for African American Studies and
                                the Program in Science, Technology and
                                Environmental Policy
                                at Princeton University
                                Founder, Green For All, Inc.




A
      nthony K. “Van” Jones, born September 20, 1968, is an          electing leaders who will pass bills to aid them. We cannot
      American environmental advocate, civil rights activist,        realistically proceed without a strong alliance between the best
      and attorney. Jones is a co-founder of three non-profit        of the business world—and everyone else.
      organizations. In 1996, he founded the Ella Baker Center
for Human Rights, a California non-governmental organization         In 2008, Time magazine named Jones one of its “Heroes of the
(NGO) working for alternatives to violence. He co-founded Color      Environment.” Fast Company called him one of the “12 Most
of Change, an advocacy group for African Americans in 2005.          Creative Minds of 2008.”

Green For All was founded by Jones in 2007, a national NGO           Jones was appointed, in March 2009, by President Barack
dedicated to “building an inclusive green economy strong             Obama to the newly created position of Special Advisor for
enough to lift people out of poverty.” His first book, The Green     Green Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation. This appointment is
Collar Economy, was released on October 7, 2008, and reached         part of the White House Council on Environmental Quality,
no.12 on the New York Times Best Seller list. In the book,           where he worked with various “agencies and departments to
Jones contended that invention and investment will take us           advance the administration’s climate and energy initiatives,
out of a pollution-based grey economy and into a healthy new         with a special focus on improving vulnerable communities.”
green economy.
                                                                     Jones is currently a senior fellow at the Center For American
Jones wrote:                                                         Progress and a senior policy advisor at Green For All. Jones
  We are entering an era during which our very survival              also holds a joint appointment at Princeton University, as a
  will demand invention and innovation on a scale never              distinguished visiting fellow in both the Center for African
  before seen in the history of human civilization. Only the         American Studies and in the Program in Science, Technology
  business community has the requisite skills, experience,           and Environmental Policy at the Woodrow Wilson School of
  and capital to meet that need. On that score, neither              Public and International Affairs.
  government nor the nonprofit and voluntary sectors can
  compete, not even remotely.                                        On February 26, 2010, Jones received the NAACP President’s
                                                                     Award at the 41st Annual NAACP Image Awards.
So in the end, our success and survival as a species are
largely and directly tied to the new eco-entrepreneurs—and the       On October 2, 2010, Jones spoke at the One Nation Working
success and survival of their enterprises. Since almost all of       Together rally in Washington, D.C., where he spoke about
the needed eco-technologies are likely to come from the private      linking the fight against poverty with the fight against pollution,
sector, civic leaders and voters should do all that can be done to   saying that green jobs would bring “real solutions” instead of
help green business leaders succeed. That means, in large part,      “hateful rhetoric.”



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           INDUCTEES INTO THE MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BOARD OF PREACHERS



                The Reverend Dr. Alvin C. Bernstine            The Reverend Dr. Larry Howard
                Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church            Greater Friendship Baptist Church
                Richmond, California                           Cleveland, Ohio



                Bishop Oscar E. Brown                          The Reverend Dr. Clifford A. Jones
                First Mount Olive Freewill Baptist Church      Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
                Baltimore, Maryland                            Charlotte, North Carolina




                The Reverend Robert Castle
                                                               The Reverend Shaun J. Lee
                Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
                                                               Mount Lebanon Baptist Church
                Witchita Falls, Texas
                                                               Brooklyn, New York



                The Reverend Edward Cribbs
                                                               The Reverend Canon George M. Maxwell Jr.
                Russell Woods Church of Christ
                                                               Cathedral of St. Phillip
                Detroit, Michigan
                                                               Atlanta, Georgia



                The Reverend Dr. Jerry William Daily
                                                               The Reverend Dr. Michael L. Pflegler
                Macedonia Baptist Church
                                                               The Community of Saint Sabine Church
                San Antonio, Texas
                                                               Chicago, Illinois



                The Reverend Kevin E. Donaldson Sr.
                                                               The Reverend Seth Watson Pickens ’00
                Zion Baptist Church
                                                               Zion Hill Baptist Church
                Columbia, South Carolina
                                                               Los Angeles, California



                The Very Reverend Timothy A. Gadziala J.C.L.
                                                               The Reverend Canon Nelson Wardell Pinder
                St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
                                                               Orlando, Florida
                Atlanta, Georgia


                The Reverent June Juliet Gatlin
                                                               The Reverend Muata Rasuli
                Agape International Spiritual Center           San Francisco Center for Spiritual Living
                Los Angeles, California
                                                               San Francisco, California



                The Reverend Dr. Tyrone Gordon
                St. Luke Community United Methodist Church     The Reverend Dr. Gertrude Lissa Sprinkles
                Dallas, Texas                                  Agape International Spiritual Center
                                                               Los Angeles, California



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 INDUCTEES INTO THE MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BOARD OF PREACHERS


         The Reverend Dr. Stephen John Thurston                         Bishop Woodie Walter White
         New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church                         Candler School of Theology Emory University
         Chicago, Illinois                                              Atlanta, Georgia



                                                                        The Reverend Dr. Harry Starks Wright Sr. ’53
         Bishop Larry D. Trotter                                        Senior Pastor Emeritus
         Sweet Holy Spirit Church                                       Cornerstone Baptist Church
         Chicago, Illinois                                              Brooklyn, New York




         Bishop Carolyn Tyler-Guidry
         Eighth Episcopal District African Methodist Episcopal Church
         Jackson, Mississippi




 INDUCTEES INTO THE MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BOARD OF SPONSORS


         Mr. Jeff Burns Jr.                                             Mr. Loy Sartin
         John H. Johnson School of Communication                        Curator, Benjamin E. Mays Historic Site and Museum
         Howard University                                              Greenwood, South Carolina
         Washington D.C.




INDUCTEES INTO THE MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. COLLEGIUM OF SCHOLARS

         Dr. Rudolph Byrd                                               Dr. Jan Love
         James Weldon Johnson Institute                                 Dean, Candler School of Theology
         Emory University                                               Emory University
         Atlanta, Georgia                                               Atlanta, Georgia


                                                                        Dr. Reginald H. Turner
         Dr. Anthony “Van” Jones                                        Westwood College Northlake Campus
         Center for African American Studies                            Atlanta, Georgia
         Princeton, New Jersey




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                                Induction Crown Forum
                                                  Thursday, April 7, 2011
                                                           Presiding
                                     The Reverend Dr. Lawrence Edward Carter Sr.
                                   Dean of the Chapel, Professor of Religion and College Curator


PRELUDE                                     “Prelude and Fugue in G Major, BWV 541”                      Dr. David Francis Oliver
                                                    Johann Sebastian Bach                                          College Organist


ROLL CALL                                                                                               Dr. Anne Wimbush Watts
                                                                                          Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

CHARGE                                                                                                  The Reverend Dean Carter


                                      Inductees into the Martin Luther King Jr.
                               Board of Preachers, Sponsors and Collegium of Scholars

                 The Reverend Dr. Alvin C. Bernstine                                        Dr. Jan Love
                       Bishop Oscar E. Brown                                The Reverend Canon George M. Maxwell Jr.
                          Mr. Jeff Burns Jr.                                    The Reverend Dr. Michael L. Pflegler
                          Dr. Rudolph Byrd                                     The Reverend Seth Watson Pickens ’00
                     The Reverend Robert Castle                             The Reverend Canon Nelson Wardell Pinder
                    The Reverend Edward Cribbs                                      The Reverend Muata Rasuli
                The Reverend Dr. Jerry William Daily                                       Mr. Loy Sartin
                The Reverend Kevin E. Donaldson Sr.                          The Reverend Dr. Gertrude Lissa Sprinkles
            The Very Reverend Timothy A. Gadziala J.C.L.                      The Reverend Dr. Stephen John Thurston
                   The Reverend June Juliet Gatlin                                     Bishop Larry D. Trotter
                   The Reverend Dr. Tyrone Gordon                                      Dr. Reginald H. Turner
                   The Reverend Dr. Larry Howard                                    Bishop Carolyn Tyler-Guidry
                     Dr. Anthony K. “Van” Jones                                     Bishop Woodie Walter White
                  The Reverend Dr. Clifford A. Jones                       The Reverend Dr. Harry Starks Wright Sr. ’53
                   The Reverend Shaun J. Lee ’00

PRESENTATION OF CITATIONS                                              Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel Assistants

                                                                                       Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated
                                                                                                                Alpha Rho Chapter

                                                                                        Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated
                                                                                                                      Psi Chapter

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INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER                                                                                       Dr. Robert Michael Franklin ’75
                                                                                                                 President, Morehouse College

MUSICAL SELECTION                                             “If I Got My Ticket”                               Morehouse College Glee Club
                                                          Solo: Travis Murray ’11, Tenor                                 arr. Roy Belfield ’90

ADDRESS                                           “Green Jobs, Green Justice, Green Living”                      Mr. Anthony K. “Van” Jones
                                                                                                                        Distinguished Visiting Fellow
                                                                                                    The Center for African American Studies and the
                                                                                            Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy
                                                                                                                               at Princeton University
                                                                                                                         Founder, Green For All, Inc.

COLLEGE HYMN*                                                  “Dear Old Morehouse”                                             J.O.B. Mosley ’29

                                                    Dear old Morehouse, dear old Morehouse
                                                       We have pledged our lives to thee;
                                                           And we’ll ever, yea forever
                                                            Give ourselves in loyalty.

                                                             True forever, true forever
                                                          To old Morehouse may we be;
                                                          So to bind each son the other
                                                             Into ties more brotherly.

                                                              Holy Spirit, Holy Spirit
                                                         Make us steadfast, honest, true
                                                         To old Morehouse and her ideals
                                                           And in all things that we do.

POSTLUDE                                         “Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow”                                                Fred Bock



                                                                        5

                                                         Dr. David Edward Morrow ’80
                                              Director, Morehouse College Glee Club/Professor of Music

                                                            Dr. David Francis Oliver
                                                      College Organist/Director of Chapel Music
                                                      Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel


*All who are able, please stand.
If you do not keep this program or mail it, please place it in the recycle bin.
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                                                     THE CHARGE


T
        he Morehouse College religious tradition was founded by
        William Jefferson White in 1867, and was greatly enhanced by
        Henry Lyman Morehouse, Charles Thomas Walker, John Hope
        and Adam Daniel Williams. It reached its zenith during the
tenure of Benjamin Elijah Mays. Strong renaissance leadership came
from Mordecai Wyatt Johnson, Howard Washington Thurman, Floyd
McKissick, Samuel Woodrow Williams, Charles Radford Lawrence,
Martin Luther King Sr. and Jr., and Thomas Kilgore Jr.

Because the crises of character education and character values in
America require more ethically and spiritually-oriented role models
and moral examples, I am pleased to induct you into the Morehouse
College prophetic religious tradition, the Martin Luther King Jr. Board
of Preachers, Board of Sponsors, and Collegium of Scholars, and do
hereby charge and challenge you to be affirmative and appreciative,
coherently critical examples for this generation of students, always
remembering that our vision is the creation of a global society in which
the full development of each individual’s potential is the central goal.

I charge you to be servant scholar leaders, guarantors of continuity,
celebrators of change, negotiators of structure, and facilitators of
meaning with the hope that we can right age-old wrongs that continue
to haunt the American people and the world.

Lastly, I charge you to use your time, talent, tender and technology to
help usher in an age of peace and nonviolence for the children of the
world, to raise another generation of morally inspired leaders committed
to building the beloved world community, in token of which you are now
given these citations which list twenty global ethical options by which
Dr. King, and many Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, Jews, Christians and
scientists lived their lives and transform the world.

Testifying to this investiture and in witness whereof under the seals of
the College and the Chapel, the signatures of duly authorized officers
are hereunto affixed, this 7th day of April 2011, Per Dominum Nostrum
Jesum Christum.




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MOREHOUSE COLLEGE GREEN EVOLUTION
HONOREE LUNCHEON PANEL DISCUSSION
                              thursday, April 7th
                                   12:30 - 2 p.m.
                         Executive Conference Center
                               ( INVITATION ONLY )
  Daniel Blackman
  MODERATOR
  Daniel Blackman serves as an environmental consultant specializing in public and
  intergovernmental affairs, and has established a foundation to address intergenerational
  and cultural gaps that exist within the environmental justice movement.



                                                      George C. Bandy, Jr. ’92
                      George Bandy Jr. currently serves as the vice president for InterfaceFLOR. He is the
                   former chairman of the Atlanta Regional Chapter of the United States Green Building
                                                  Council (USGBC) and is a LEED accredited professional.




  Felicia M. Davis
  Felicia M. Davis directs the UNCF Institute for Capacity Building’s Facilities and Infrastructure
  Enhancements Program with primary responsibility for the Kresge Foundation funded Building
  Green at Minority Serving Institutions Initiative.



                                                                      Gerald L. Durley
                    The Reverend Dr. Gerald Durley is the pastor of Providence Missionary Baptist Church
                  in Atlanta and has been active nationally and internationally in the interface between
                                                                the environmental movement and faith.



   Ovie Mugelli
   In his eighth season as an Atlanta Falcons Pro-Bowl fullback, Mugelli has distinguished himself as
   a leader on and off the field. Acknowledged by Vice President Al Gore and named “Superhero for
   Earth,” he has been dubbed “Eco Athlete” for his work with the Ovie Mugelli Foundation to help
   youth be greener to the planet.




                                                            Laura Turner Seydel
               Laura Turner Seydel is a national environmental activist and eco-living expert dedicated to
            education and community initiatives. She serves on her family’s foundation boards, including
              the Turner Foundation, Jane Smith Turner Foundation, Turner Endangered Species Fund and
                                                                                       Ted’s Montana Grill.




                                                                                                              PAGE | 13
                          Social Entrepreneurship Panel
                                  TOPIC: “DOING WELL, BY DOING GOOD”
                                          APRIL 7TH, 2011 - 7P.M.
                               MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. INTERNATIONAL CHAPEL
In partnership with the Public Health Sciences Institute, Psi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Office of Housing and
Residential Life, The Entrepreneurship Center, Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel is pleased to host a panel discussion
on the emerging field of social entrepreneurship. On this World Health Day and in line with the themes of Green Jobs, Green
Justice and Green Living, we will hear from the distinguished panel of academics and practitioners below.


                                Tiffany Bussey, Moderator
                                Director of Morehouse College Entrepreneurship Center
                                Tiffany Rogers Bussey is the founding director of the Morehouse College Entrepreneurship Center,
                                a global model for providing HBCU contract support in the areas of organizational management,
                                infrastructure development and process improvement.


                                                        KEYNOTE SPEAKER




                                                         Jason Panda ’02
                                                        Co-Founder, B Condoms

                                                              PANELISTS




         Carolyn Davis                                       Cynthia Hewitt                                      David Johnson
        Assistant Professor                                  Assistant Professor                          Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Department of Business Administration                      Department of Sociology                             Disparities Coordinator
        Morehouse College                                    Morehouse College                       Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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                                 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel staff is deeply grateful to the following for their support in
             helping sponsor the 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. College of Ministers and Laity.
               Robert Michael Franklin ’75                                                  Don Meadows
                   Andre Bertrand ’76                                                David Edward Morrow ’80
                    Daniel Blackman                                                         Toni O. Mosley
                  Fran Phillips-Calhoun                                                  David Francis Oliver
                   Marva Griffin Carter                                                     Andrew Pierce
                      Sheikgo Carter                                                        Samuel Phillips
                      Hoeun Chung                                                            Eric Richards
                     Michael Curwen                                                        Reginald Sargent
                        Curtis Davis                                                        Clifford Sawyer
                       Elise Durham                                                        Add Seymour Jr.
                       James Fulton                                                            Julie Sills
                     Barbara Gillison                                                        James Smartt
                Henry M. Goodgame ’84                                                   Julie Pinkney-Tongue
                   Vickie G. Hampton                                                         Gilda Watters
                  Phillip D. Howard ’87                                                 Anne Wimbush Watts
                      Cedric Hughes                                                         Vernon Worthy
                      Daisaku Ikeda                                                      John D. Zachary ’79
                       Ian Mcllraith                                                  The Lilly Endowment, Inc.
                        Gary Murie                                    Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated-Alpha Rho Chapter
                    Danny Nagashima                                               Morehouse College Campus Police
                     Congdon Smith                                           The Martin Luther King Jr. Chapel Assistants
                Soka Gakkai International                                        Morehouse College Printing Services
                        Brad Yeates                                       Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated-Psi Chapter
                 Arthur McClung Sr. ’66                                                    Sodexo Catering
                     Philip McCollum


                                         ANNOUNCEMENT
                                     INTERFAITH RESURRECTION SUNDAY
                                             April 24, 2011, 11A.M.
                                    Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel
                                               Morehouse College



                                                        T
                                                                he goal of this service is to help others expand their definition of the
                                                                word “Resurrection” beyond Christianity, and instead understand it’s true
                                                                meaning and application to all humanity and all faith traditions. The true
                                                                meaning of resurrection is that none of us can ever be separated from
                                                        “Ultimate Reality,” whatever we call it, Allah, Jehovah, God, Spirit or Mystic
                                                        Law. Nothing can change the fact that “It” is Infinite, Omnipresent, having no
                                                        boundaries or limits. Not even depth nor height, sickness nor death, or any other
                                                        experience can separate you from the Infinite Source, your eternal origin, and the
                                                        love of God. This is the universal meaning of Resurrection Sunday.

                                                        We are honored and delighted to have the Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery to deliver
                                                        the Resurrection sermon. We will also bestow the Gandhi-King-Ikeda Community
                                                        Builders Prize on Dr. and Mrs. Lowery at this service. Joining us to worship
                                                        will be a 100 voice interfaith youth choir, taiko drummers, dancers and diverse
                                                        musical accompaniment. Dr. Lowery will autograph copies of his new book.

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                                                The WorldHouse
                    MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. INTERNATIONAL CHAPEL
                                    THE REVEREND WILLIAM JEFFERSON WHITE ’11, D.D. (HON.)
                                                                       Founder of Morehouse College

                                                         WILLIE “FLASH” DAVIS ’56, J.D.
                                                                        Chairman, Board of Trustees

                                 THE REVEREND ROBERT MICHAEL FRANKLIN ’75, Ph.D., D.D., D.H.L.
                                                               The Tenth President of Morehouse College

                                  WALTER EUGENE MASSEY ’58, Ph.D., D.S., D. HUM., ED.D., D.H.C.
                                                                            President Emeritus

                                   HUGH MORRIS GLOSTER ’31, Ph.D., LL.D., D.H.L., LITT.D., D.H.C.
                                                            Founder of the M.L. King Jr. International Chapel

                      THE REVEREND LAWRENCE EDWARD CARTER SR., Ph.D., D.D., D.H., D.R.S. D.H.C.
                                                       Dean of the Chapel, Professor of Religion, College Curator

                                                                    ROY CRAFT, M.P.A.
                                                                             Executive Director

                                                         DAVID FRANCIS OLIVER, D.M.A.
                                                             College Organist/Director of Music Ministries

                                                  TERRY FARRELL WALKER SR. ’89, M.DIV.
                                                                         Director, Chapel Relations

                                                       SARA LOUISE ARMSTRONG, MRE
                                                                           Program Coordinator

                                                         SHARAD H. CREASMAN, M.DIV.
                                                       Religion, Conflict and Peace-Building Pre-Doctoral Fellow

                                                         MARVA GRIFFIN CARTER, Ph.D.
                                                                       Music Consultant and Pianist

                                                             ERROL LORENZO PHILLIPS
                                                                              Stage Manager

                                                                  REGINALD SARGENT
                                                                          Audio Visual Technician

                                                           RUTH ROBINSON THORNTON
                                                                            Stage Coordinator




                    CHAPEL ASSISTANTS OFFICERS                                                        INTERNATIONAL CHAPEL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
 Rashad Raymond Moore ’12              Christopher Maurice Holloway ’13
 President                             Recording Secretary                                  Mr. Danny Matthew Bellinger ’93       Ms. Adrienne Swann Harris
 Reginald Wayne Sharpe Jr. ’13         Winford Kennadean Rice Jr. ’14                       Dr. Harold Vernelle Bennett           Ms. Toni O’Neal Mosley
 Vice President                        Historian
                                                                                            Mr. Alvin Hawkins Darden III ’72      Mr. Arthur Joseph McClung Jr. ’66
 Oluwa Segun Idowu ’12                 Chavis Travon Jones ’13
                                                                                            Mr. Henry Melvin Goodgame ’84         Dr. Anne Wimbush Watts
 Treasurer                             Community Service Coordinator
                                                                                            Ms. Fran Phillips-Calhoun             The Rev. Harry Starks Wright ’82
 James Wesley Dennis III ’12           Lincoln Emmanuel Barnett ’11
 Corresponding Secretary               Worship Planning Coordinator

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                             NATIONAL UNCF BUILDING GREEN LEARNING INSTITUTE

                                                         June 16-18, 2011
                                            Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill | Washington, DC

                                                        Who Should Attend?

                                       •    College and University Presidents and Vice Presidents
                                   •       Facilities Managers, Planners and Sustainability Directors
                                                          • Business Officers
                                                     • Student Environmental Leaders




                                            REGISTRATION INFORMATION

                       Early Bird - By April 15th: $149.00 Per Person
                       After April 15th: $309.00 Per Person
                       • Includes complimentary Meals and Registration

                                                  HOTEL INFORMATION

                       Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill - 1-888-421-1442
                       • Rate: $189/per night + taxes
                       • Code: Building Green Learning Institute

                                                  Limited scholarships available for NEW participants
                                                    Note cutoff date for special hotel rate is April 15th
Schedule At A Glance

Thursday, June 16th                    Friday, June 17th                       Saturday, June 18th

- Registration                         - Breakfast & Plenary Session           - Breakfast & Morning Sessions
- Press Conferrence                    - Eco-Expo Luncheon                     - Best Practices Sessions
- A Town Hall Conversation             - Afternoon Sessions                    - Noon & Closing Sessions
- Eco-Expo Reception                   - Keynote Dinner                        - Post Institute Workshop
 January
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  Louisville, Kentucky
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