Authors To Speak At Perth Amboy Church

PERTH AMBOY—Cathedral International and Friends’ Health Connection will host “An Evening in Conversation with Dr. Cornel West, noted author, activist and college professor and James Brown, business owner, Emmy award winning sports commentator and motivational speaker. The event will be held on Thursday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m. at Cathedral International, 277 Madison Avenue, Perth Amboy.

Renowned for numerous accomplishments in their respective fields, West and Brown will participate in a lively, interactive discussion facilitated by Charisse Jones, author and national correspondent for USA Today. The evening is an opportunity to take part in a compelling, inspiring conversation which will be focused on West and Brown’s current titles : “Living Out Loud: A Memoir” by Dr. Cornel West, and “Role of a Lifetime: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Significant Living” by James Brown.


Both books are intimate, deeply personal memoirs from men who have forged landmark careers that have paved the way for aspiring young women and men who strive to achieve similar professional and personal goals.

Participants will not only hear from the prominent speakers, but also have the opportunity to purchase copies of their books. Prices for admission are as follows:

• $35 – Admission only
• $40 – Admission and either Dr. Cornel West or James Brown’s book
• $50 – Admissions, plus both books

To purchase tickets, call 1-800-483-7436 or log onto

Cathedral International is the historic Second Baptist celebrating 105 years in ministry this year. Under the leadership of Bishop Donald Hilliard, Jr., the 5,000 member, multi-generational, multi-cultural church serves the communities of Perth Amboy, Asbury Park, and Plainfield. For additional information log onto

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