April 9th. Discussing the ways today's youth culture complicates religious culture at home & abroad—with Eddie Glaude, Ebony Utley, Pastor Conrad Tillard & Hamza Perez. Moderated by Rahiel Tesfamariam. NYU. Grand Hall, 5th floor. 7:00 pm
Angela Woodson is the Director of Outreach for the Ohio Governor’s Office of Faith-based Initiatives. She’s been a professional in State and County government for nearly two decades. Over the years, she has worked on campaigns for national, state, and local elections, including her roles as Field Coordinator Cuyahoga County Kerry/Edwards Presidential Campaign, Regional Coordinator for the Gore/Lieberman Presidential Campaign, Field Director for Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell, Campaign Manager for the Rev. Dr. Marvin McMickle for U.S. Senate, among others. Additionally, Woodson is the co-founder of B.U.I.L.D. (Blacks United In Local Democracy), a political action committee, designed to help embrace young people who wish to run for political office. In 2004, she co-chaired the National Hip-Hop Political Convention, which brought together over 4000 young activists to create and implement a national political agenda for the hip-hop generation.