ATLANTA - GeorgiaChron -- Audiences are invited to interact directly with some of the world's most influential social justice leaders, giving circles, and philanthropists as the annual CIN Homecoming Conference goes virtual with this year's 3-day event this September 30 - October 2.

Keynote speakers include Melanie Brown, Rev. Eugene Cho, and civil rights attorney, Benjamin Crump, whose practice has covered cases such as Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and the Flint water crisis.

For the first time in the conference's history, the Community Investment Network invites audiences from around the world to diversify their networks and learn philanthropic giving strategies entirely online.

Attendees can choose to join any of the 50+ virtual on-demand sessions, which include live Q&A with talented speakers and focus on 1 of 3 philanthropic topics: Giving Circles, Foundations, or College Philanthropy. Accomplished social justice professionals with over 70 years of combined experience will present plenary mid-day and evening sessions.

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"As a previous speaker during our 2010 Conference in North Carolina, we know Pastor Cho is uniquely qualified to address how giving circles can use the power of collective giving to address injustices, including poverty and systemic racism," says Marsha Morgan, CIN, Vice Chair, Board of Directors. "During this year's CIN Homecoming Conference, he will discuss the intersection of Faith, Philanthropy, and Social Justice."

Registration to the CIN Homecoming Conference invites attendees to learn how to lead change and give back and will be held virtually September 30 - October 2, 2020. CIN Members and interested guests can register at:

Marsha Morgan

Source: The Community Investment Network
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