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Princess Zulu to Speak at RELOAD Conference

Princess Kasune Zulu

North Park's Center for Youth Ministry Studies will host regional youth worker conference


CHICAGO, IL (March 2, 2009) - Princess Kasune Zulu will be the general sessions speaker at the regional RELOAD Conference being hosted by the Center For Youth Ministry Studies at North Park University on April 4.

Nearly 600 youth workers from six states are expected to attend the one-day training. The Urban Youth Workers Institute sponsors the event.

Zulu (her given name and not a title) was raised in poverty but has become an internationally known AIDS activist who has traveled with Bono and met with President Bush. She lost both parents and a brother and sister in Zambia to AIDS and is infected with the HIV virus. Zulu began her seminary studies at North Park Theological Seminary in February.

Pre-registration for the conference is $20 and closes March 31. Cost at the door is $25.