What’s Needed Now? Talk by Rev. Damon Lynch, III

Rev. Damon Lynch, III

Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 7:00 p.m.

The year 2019 marks the 400th year since the arrival of the first slave ship at Jamestown. Slavery has ended. Civil Rights laws have been passed. But racism continues. Here in Cincinnati, the rates of childhood poverty and shortened life expectancy fall heavily on People of Color.

Rev. Damon Lynch III, Pastor of New Prospect Baptist Church, is known city-wide as a civil rights leader. He will give a talk on “What’s Needed Now? …to end the 400-Year Legacy of Inequality,” on Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 7:00 p.m. The location is Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church, 2710 Newtown Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45244.

Pastor Damon Lynch, III has been the proud Pastor of New Prospect Baptist Church in Roselawn for 28 years. He is a lifetime resident of the city of Cincinnati, Ohio. He was educated in the Cincinnati Public School system and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Cincinnati Bible College. Pastor Lynch is a champion for the community and is involved in several organizations, including: CEAI, Collaborative Agreement Refresh, AMOS Project, Opiate Coalition of Hamilton County, Strive Partnership, CEG, Common Good and many more. He enthusiastically believes that the church is the Village Well that is essential to all life in the community. As a former faculty member of the Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Institute at Northwestern University in Chicago Illinois, Pastor Lynch has conducted workshops and seminars throughout the United States to many organizations. Pastor Damon Lynch, III is married to Regina Jenkins-Lynch and has two sons Damon IV, Eric Charles and a daughter British Cristal. He can be reached via email at

This event is sponsored by Anderson Churches for Racial Unity (ACRU) and Greater Anderson Promotes Peace (GAPP) RSVP at This event is free and open to the public.

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