The free conference event, Emancipation’s Unfinished Agenda: What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black?, will take place on April 11 and 12 at Ginter Park Presbyterian Church. Keynote speaker Dr. Mercy Amba Ewudziwa Oduyoye, the former deputy general secretary of the World Council of Churches (1987-1994) and initiator of the Circle of African Women Theologians, is considered to be the premier theologian on African Women’s theology, missiology and culture. The preacher for the community-wide reception, book signing, and opening service on Thursday evening is the Rev. Dr. Suzan “Sujay” Johnson Cook, founder and CEO of Woman’s Wisdom Worldwide. Rev. Dr. Sujay is known as the “pastor of Wall Street.” Oduyoye and Johnson, along with Drs. Emilie M. Townes, Kelly Brown Douglas, Rosetta E. Ross, Gay Byron, Eboni Marshall-Turman, and the Reverend Michelle Watkins-Branch, will address effective ways to demystify prevailing socio-cultural amnesia in relations to the emancipation of all peoples, including religious freedom, human rights, and liberation from subjugation.