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GMC ANNUAL FAMILY DAY PROGRAM

Theme: Brothers in Action

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Harry Spike Moss The Freedom Fighter

Keynote Speaker

HARRY “SPIKE” MOSS

THE FREEDOM FIGHTER

 

Harry "Spike" Moss, known as the Freedom Fighter, is a highly esteemed and influential figure in the Minneapolis community. Throughout his remarkable career spanning over four decades, Spike has dedicated his life to advocacy, community building, and empowering marginalized groups.

 

From 1966 to 1985, Spike served as a key member of the leadership team for The Way Opportunities Unlimited, a community organization on the near north side of Minneapolis. During this time, he spearheaded various innovative youth and outreach programs, including sports activities such as football, basketball, boxing, and track. He also played a crucial role in establishing dance groups, a drum corps, and a music school, providing opportunities for cultural enrichment. In 1969, his exceptional community-building efforts led to his appointment as the Executive Director. Read more...

A Video Clip of Spike's Keynote Address

OUR HONOREES

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Rev. Dr. Francis O.S. Tabla

Ebenezer Community Church, MN

Lisa K. Jacobson

Former Mayor, Brooklyn Park

Bishop Harding Smith

Executive Director, MN Acts Now

Ambrose Ricky Russell

Executive Director, The Inner Hero

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Mrs. Georgette Nathalie Gray

Former Executive Director

Organization of Liberians in MN

Jackson George

Former Honorary Counsel In MN

Republic of Liberia

Arnel Johnson

(Post Mortem, 2019)

Former Member, GMC

GMC BROTHERHOOD

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