Its episode 3 of Amythe7th!
From Benton Harbor, MI to Memphis, meet Rev. Dr. Earle J. Fisher. He's a community organizer, activist and voice of the people! But best of all, we share the same hometown: #BH Stand up! Fisher is who the media seeks in times of voter or police injustice.
His voice has been heard most recently in Tyree Nichols case to Darrius Stewart, two black men fatally killed by police at a traffic stop in Memphis.
Dr. Fisher leads Abyssinian Baptist Church, dubbed the blackest church in Memphis. Tune in to this episode where we take a deep dive into media, ministry and how it impacts the community.
You can reach out to Rev. Dr. Fisher at email@example.com. Or check him out on IG @pastor_earle. Visit Abyssinian Missionary Baptist Church via Facebook to catch his sermons. Stay plugged in to his mission to empower voters at https://upthevote901.com/.
As always, keep up with me at taeharborstudios.com/amythe7th. Follow me on Facebook or IG @amythe7th. See you'll next week at 7PM EST.