Baltimore Pastor Jamal Bryant Heads to Flint to Lead Environmental Justice Water Rally

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Flint, MI – Dr. Jamal Bryant, Pastor of Empowerment Temple AME Church of Baltimore, Maryland has assembled faith leaders, civil rights leaders, attorneys and entertainers to assist the residents of Flint, Michigan as they call for justice. Attorney Benjamin Crump will join Dr. Bryant, along with Judge Joe Mathis, attorney Phaedra Parks, business mogul Russell Simmons, Rev. Jessie Jackson, and gospel artist Deitrick Hadden, just to name a few, will meet to lead in a mid-day rally called, “The Environmental Justice Rally.”

The assembled group has collected some 47,124 bottles of water. The collection of water will be distributed among six churches: First Trinity M.B. Church, 1226 Beach Street; Cathedral of Faith Church of God in Christ 6031 DuPont Street, Christopher Martin, Pastor; Quinn Chapel AME Church 2101 Lippincott Blvd, Rev. Gerald Cardwell, Pastor; United Outreach Ministries 1429 Roosevelt Ave., LeMarcus Keels, Pastor; and Kingdom of Heaven Ministries 2430 Dutcher Road.

The rally is open to the public and will began with Flint, MI Mayor, Karen Weaver giving remarks.

WHO: Rev. Jamal Bryant to leads the Environmental Justice Water For Flint Rally

WHERE: First Trinity Baptist Church, 1226 Beach St. Flint, MI 48501

WHEN: Monday, February 1, 2016, 12noon

WHAT: Environmental Justice Rally – Water Give Away for the residents of Flint

Dr. Jamal-Harrison Bryant: Minister of the New Millennium
Dr. Bryant is a pastor with a global mission. With more than 10,000 members at Empowerment Temple, located in Baltimore, Maryland, his mission is to “empower people spiritually, develop them educationally, expose them culturally, activate them politically, and strengthen them economically.” This new millennium minister is also an impassioned social activist, community developer, and cultural philanthropist.

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