Church of Scientology Hosts Insight Event to Bridge the Gap Between Africa and America

In honor of Black History Month, the Nashville Church of Scientology will be hosting a unique event to take a look at African roots and how Americans today can stay true to their ancestry.

Nashville, TN, February 04, 2015 --( In a talk show-style setting, “Insight” will help bridge the gap between black Americans and African roots by bringing together those who have been there and back and have an intimate knowledge of Africa and America today. The event will be hosted by Princess Fumi Hancock who was born in the Emure Kingdom of Nigeria but has lived in the United States for several years.

The event will take place on February 13th at 7pm in the Church of Scientology's community hall.

According to Princess Hancock, “It's important to bring awareness back to our roots, and through this event we can bridge the gap.”

The panel will be comprised of the CEO of Let's Go Innovate, a business coaching enterprise, the President of Adassa Adumori Foundation, a US based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in Tennessee, doing work in Africa and other 3rd World countries, members of the Southern Warrior Sister Tribe, which strives to inspire women, and public relations professionals who have experience in Africa and working with the King of Emure.

Princess Hancock would like to encourage everyone to attend to discover more about their roots and about themselves. “Guests will leave inspired,” she says.

For more information about the event, call Julie Brinker at 615-687-4600.
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