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Come to Family Hour this Sunday for an alternative viewpoint!

Minister Lawrance Lee Evans Sr. has taught many of the leaders who oppose “mayoral control” of the Rochester City School District. On Sunday, Minister Evans will address some of those leaders, as well as his future leaders, at 4 pm at 219 Hamilton Street.
Minister Evans will speak to the rambling nature of “Mayoral Control.” He will dissect the infantile philosophy of “Mayoral Control” into its feudalistic elements. Minister Evans will speak on PREVARICATION OF MAYORAL CONTROL this Sunday, 4 pm, 219 Hamilton Street.
Minister Lawrance Lee Evans Sr. is a teacher of citizenship, cooperative capitalism, religious tolerance, empowerment and education. He trains leaders by his philosophy called Doology.

Celebrate Dr.King's birthday!

To a capacity audience, Minister Lawrance Lee Evans Sr. gave the initial installment of "The Mainstream Media: A Betrayal or Portrayal of Dr. King's Leadership" on the 81st birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King. Minister Evans stressed that the mainstream media operates primarily from a business model, meaning that they primarily promote negative events to make a profit. The Northern news organizations promoted Dr. King positively, while the Southern news organizations would sell papers to appeal to their anti-King readers.

The Mainstream Media: A Betrayal or Portrayal of Dr. King’s Leadership”

Minister Lawrance Lee Evans will speak on January 15, 2010 on the 81st birthday of Dr. King, 6 pm, 219 Hamilton Street. He will discuss the mainstream media's relationship with Dr. King. The program will include libation to our heroes and sheroes who are among the ancestors. We invite the whole community to be a part of this great celebration.

Summary of our final seven days of Kwanzaa

From the birthday celebration of supporter Anthony Giordano ("Mr. G"), to a powerful tribute to Minister Evans' mentor (his grandmother) on the 40th anniversary of her passing, from financial education to a spoken word tribute on Nia, from a presentation on legal scholars to the wonderful feast on Imani, First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. concluded another Kwanzaa season with a bang! What more is there to say! Enjoy the video and the pictures.