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Because of slavery and segregation in early America, social and fraternal institutions were developed and operated separately. Masonry is no exception. This lecture will explore the history of the black Masonic order in America and its beloved founder, Prince Hall.

Rev. Dr. William Rocky Brown

The Honorable Rev. Dr. William Lewis Rocky Brown 3rd, a public servant, preacher, counselor, author and consultant, is President and CEO of Brown and Associates, LTD, which provides business community development and public relations. He is a certified anger management specialist and a state certified drug/alcohol and gambling addiction counselor. Brown is the pastor of Youth and Community at Bethany Baptist Church in Chester, PA, and an International Conference of Police Chaplains Master Police Chaplain. He graduated from Cheyney University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He also holds a master’s degree in religion from the Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Divinity degree from Jameson Christian College. Prince Hall fraternalism has been a part of Dr. Brown’s family heritage for three generations. He is Past Master of Franklin Lodge No. 58, Chester. He is also a member of Charles E. Gordon Consistory No. 65, Grand Inspector General 33° and Minaret Temple No. 174, A.E.A.O.N.M.S., and serves as Worshipful Grand Chaplain for Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
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