Lisa McNair: Healing & Reconciliation Through Historical Tragedy & Trauma
February 25 @ 10:45 am - 12:00 pm
Lisa S. McNair is the younger sister of Carol Denise McNair, one of four girls killed in the Birmingham, AL church bombing in September, 1963.
Lisa travels throughout America, promoting love and educating audiences on the power of racial harmony.
As a national public speaker, Lisa also conducts anti-racism workshops. She shares the story of Denise’s life, her heinous murder, and how it affected her family, the city of Birmingham, and the world. She speaks on racial unity, and stresses that, as human beings, we have more in common than we have that are different.
Lisa hopes that the lessons learned from the Civil Rights Movement and the lives lost will never be forgotten, and that the evils of that time will never be repeated.