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The Human Coalition
We are Human Coalition—a collective of individuals bound together in answer to a common call: to do all we can to remove the stain of abortion from America. We are change agents—not simply because we are against abortion but because we are for life. We are for preborn babies who need to be protected in the womb; for women who should not have to choose the life of their baby for a fulfilling life; for families whose members should flourish in an environment of value and love; for mothers and fathers who deserve a chance at being mothers and fathers; and for society that needs all its children to live and thrive if it is to be called “civilized.”LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HUMAN COALITION
Reverend Dean Nelson
The Human Coalition, Minister
Based in the Washington, D.C. area, Dean Nelson is responsible for advancing the Culture of Life in the political sphere, by building bridges, coalitions, and partnerships. He brings to Human Coalition more than 20 years of demonstrated success directing nonprofit organizations, with an emphasis on urban strategies, grassroots organization, and national leadership training. Before taking the role as executive director of Human Coalition Action, Rev. Nelson faithfully served Human Coalition as the church outreach director for five years.
Rev. Nelson was recently appointed by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to serve on the congressional Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission whose mission is to honor the life and legacy of Frederick Douglass.
Rev. Nelson is a licensed minister from Salem Baptist Church in Marshall, Virginia, and an ordained pastor with Wellington Boone Ministries. He holds a BA in Rhetoric and Communication from the University of Virginia, and he completed post-graduate work at Coverdell Leadership Institute and Leadership Institute Campaign School.
He and his wife Julia have three children and live in Maryland.
Join Luncheons for Life-Atlanta January 30, 2020 at Maggianno’s Perimeter, 4400 Ashford-Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA from 11:30-1:30 for this timely discussion.
Please RSVP by January 21 to Catherine@therestorationproject.life. No reservations will be accepted after the 21st. If you RSVP’d yes and after the 21st find you cannot make it to the Luncheon please find a replacement or send $35.00 to the Restoration Project, P. O. Box 1780, Stone Mountain, Georgia 30086 to cover the cost of your meal. Remember the Luncheon is no cost to you and is guaranteed after the RSVP cutoff. You can elect to make a secure donation for the cost of your meal here: https://www.therestorationproject.life/donate.html or can mail it to The Restoration Project, P. O. Box 1780, Stone Mountain, GA 30086
Please note: the January, 2020 luncheon is being held the fifth Thursday in January to avoid conflict with the National March for Life. We will return to the 4th Thursday schedule in February.