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Rep.Parker Appearing on the "Georgia Peach" Radio Show


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St. Charles, Missouri - Jan 21, 2006 Missouri State Representative Sherman Parker will be a guest Sunday, January 22, on the "Georgia Peach" Radio Show with host Bishop Imagene Stewart. The show airs every Sunday morning from 8-10 am (EST) on WOL-AM 1010 in Baltimore and 1450 in Washington D.C. Sherman Thompson Parker is a Republican in his second term representing parts of St. Charles County in the Missouri House of Representatives. Representative Parker will be discussing the future of African-Americans in the Republican Party and the need for the GOP to formulate more effective outreach efforts towards the African-American community. Parker will also be discussing domestic violence and his pending legislation in the Missouri House of Representatives which gives power to local police to temporarily confiscate firearms at domestic violence incidents. Representative Parker was motivated to sponsor this bill by a constituent who wrote to him about her own personal tragedy involving domestic violence. In addition to these important topics, he will discuss his candidacy for the United States Congress in Missouri's second district.



Bishop Imagene B. Stewart is the head of DC’s African-American Women’s Clergy Association and the pastor of The Greater Pearly Gates Baptist Church. In 1992, she was honored with the prestigious “Living the Dream” award for her service to battered women, the homeless, and the nation’s veterans. In 1972, her vision for a 12-bed safe haven became a reality, and was named, fittingly, The House of Imagene. Today, this labor of love is a compassionate and reliable presence on the front lines of domestic violence, providing shelter from the storm to victims throughout the DC-area and beyond.


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