The State of Black Cobb County
Updated: Oct 27, 2018
The Cobb Ministerial Alliance, Inc. (CMA) is a ministerial association of clergy, pastoring predominantly black churches, and persons representing denominational agencies and/or para-church ministries. The foci of CMA is to advocate for, provide services to and address issues in the areas of political affairs, health care, criminal justice, economics, youth services, education, housing, and communications. We would like to celebrate any and all advancements, discuss and challenge the areas that need improvement and work together with elected and appointed official and other public policy advocates to create a BETTER COBB County for ALL.
On Thursday, September 27th at 7pm, The Cobb Ministerial Alliance (CMA) in collaboration with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and the National Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will host the 1st annual “State of Black Cobb” community town hall meeting to facilitate understanding and promote a strong alliance between county leaders and the black community which we serve. We are calling on our elected officials, religious leaders, educators, merchants, and residents to join us in a dialogue that will steer clear of the non-productive trap of pointing blame and engaging in pointless rhetoric.