Atlanta, GA, October 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Ade Anifowose and Ombassa Sophera interview Pacific Northwest psychotherapist Lisa Iversen regarding “Ancestry, the Presidential Election, and the American Economy,” on Sunday, October 12, 1pm, at Atlanta’s historic Old Stone Church, now the First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta.
According to Lisa, “Before we were American citizens, we were descendants of our ancestors. Being grounded in the truth of family history promotes electing leaders who are able to lead with truthfulness. We have invited Barack Obama and John McCain to join us for this Live online interactive forum.
“In the shadow of today’s economy lies America’s unacknowledged history: the institution of slavery financed our country’s economic foundation. America’s soul has unknowingly inherited blind atonement for this collective injustice.
“The time for compassionate acceptance of truth that has been resisted, denied, held secret in our ancestries and country’s history is now.”
What: Ancestry, the Presidential Election, and the American Economy
Date/Time: Sunday, October 12, 1pm
Suggested Donation: $10
Location: First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta, 470 Candler Park Drive, NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
Advance registration encouraged; contact Suzanne Jeffers, 678-362-5738