Join us for breakfast with local Atlanta community activist, Mother Mamie Moore.
7:30am Doors open
8:00am Talk begins
This event is $15 to cover the cost of coffee and light breakfast.
About the Speaker
Mamie Lee Moore, nicknamed "Mother Moore" in 2010 by English Avenue residents, is a ten-year resident by choice of English Avenue. Georgia-born, she is a mother of two, grandmother of three, and great-grandmother of two. A charter member of the Rutgers University, Neward School of Nursing associate degree and baccalaureate programs, she was a nationally certified, practicing psychiatric nurse for 15 years. Skilled administratively and programmatically, her other employment history includes times spent with local community-based organizations, a national childcare advocacy organization, and United Way of Franklin County, Columbus Ohio and as a Congressional legislative analyst.
Mother Moore's employment skills and conviction for human and civil rights have been dedicated to volunteer community political activism and electoral politics for over fifty years. Unashamedly witnessing a transitional world view of Christian and Marxist to currently Christian, she has dedicated her skills to organizing that which develops the personal, social, moral, spiritual, cultural, political, and educational capacities of our low income, inner-city communities and residents. Mother Moore has been on the ballot as a national candidate for office, a statewide candidate in Virginia, and city council candidate in Asbury Park, NJ. The former president of the English Avenue Neighborhood Association, she currently is the coordinator of the Atlanta Chapter of the Beloved Community, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to building healthy, sustainable communities.