JANS – The Jackson unit of Church Women United recently held its annual Clarie Collins Harvey Legacy Luncheon to further its mission to celebrate unity in diversity and work for a world of peace and justice. The event also serves as a mechanism to raise scholarship funds for aspiring students.
Mrs. Collins was the first Black National President of Church Women United. She was also an entrepreneur, internationally recognized civil rights activist, and ecumenical leader at Central United Methodist Church in Jackson, MS.
1st photo – Scholarship recipient from Cade Chapel M.B. Church, Madison Devaul; her mother, Kenisha Devaul; Cade Chapel M.B. Church sponsor, Dr. Lucille Green; and the President of CWU-Jackson Unit, Rev. Dr. Marian Talley.
2nd photo – Scholarship recipient from New McRaven Hill M.B. Church, Daniya Wallace; New McRaven Hill M.B. Church sponsor, Vera Watson; and the President of CWU-Jackson Unit, Rev. Dr. Marian Talley.