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Rev. Herbert Daughtry D. Sr.

Founder and Chair

Operation Breadbasket

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Operation Breadbasket

Background Information

Affiliations

Member
Transatlantic Genealogical Society

Pastor
The House of the Lord

Founder
Black Leadership Commission on AIDS

Founder
DBNA

Vice Chairperson of the Board of Directors
Bedford Stuyvesant Youth

Member
Jackson's National Campaign Committee

Founder
Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Now Committee

Education

college degree

doctorate in ministry

honorary doctorate degrees

Seton Hall University

honorary doctorate degrees

State University of New York

master's degree

religious education

New York Theological Seminary

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Herbert D. Daughtry, Sr.

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Reverend Herbert Daughtry is the National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, the third in succession.
Reverend Daughtry hails from a family that has produced five generations of Black church leaders. Currently National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, he has previously served as Chairman of the National Black United Front as well as Founder and President of the African People's Christian Organization. More than 50 years of involvement in church and community service has earned him the title, "The People's Pastor."
Rev. Daughtry's long career of activism began with the civil rights struggles in the 1950s working with Brooklyn CORE and Operation Breadbasket, and continued in the fight for community control of schools in the late 1960s. He subsequently helped to found several organizations, including Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Alonzo Daughtry Memorial Family Life Services, which serves the community through innovative programming such as Families of Victims Against Violence, and Alonzo Daughtry Memorial Day Care Center, which provides early childhood education under the motto, "Nurturing and Educating the Leaders of Tomorrow. He currently serves as Chair of National Religious Leaders of African Ancestry Concerned about Darfur.
Reverend Daughtry has previously served as Chair of the New York Citywide African-American Clergy Council, African American Clergy and Elected Officials, and the Association of Brooklyn Clergy for Community Development, which built and renovated more than 500 units of housing for low- and middle-income families in Brooklyn.
His commitment to global human rights and self-determination has led Rev. Daughtry to travel and lecture extensively around the world, and he has participated in dozens of international conferences and conventions, including speaking at United Nations subcommittee meetings regarding South African apartheid, Cuba, the Middle East, and the state of U.S. civil rights.
Currently, Reverend Daughtry is one of a handful of community leaders working with Forest City Ratner Companies to build Atlantic Yards, a $5 billion complex that includes a 19,000 seat arena to house the New York Nets. Daughtry was instrumental in the creation of the landmark Atlantic Yards Community Benefits Agreement that ensures delivery of a wide variety of services to the Brooklyn community, including a state-of-the-art health facility, an intergenerational center, and a community foundation as well as housing opportunities for low- and middle-income New Yorkers, construction jobs for minorities and women, and thousands of other employment opportunities.
Ordained to the Ministry in 1958, Reverend Daughtry was installed as the third National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches in October 1959. His father, Alonzo, had served as the Church's founder and first Presiding Minister. Daughtry has pastored the Brooklyn congregation since 1958. In 2010, he established a Jersey City branch of the Church, and he also serves as pastor there.
Reverend Daughtry is married to Reverend Dr. Karen Smith Daughtry. They have four adult children: Leah, Sharon, Dawnique, and Herbert, Jr; and three grandsons, Lorenzo, Herbert III, and Myles.
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Reverend Herbert Daughtry is ...

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Reverend Herbert Daughtry is the National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, the third in succession.

Reverend Daughtry hails from a family that has produced five generations of Black church leaders. Currently National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, he has previously served as Chairman of the National Black United Front as well as Founder and President of the African People's Christian Organization. More than 50 years of involvement in church and community service has earned him the title, "The People's Pastor."
Rev. Daughtry's long career of activism began with the civil rights struggles in the 1950s working with Brooklyn CORE and Operation Breadbasket, and continued in the fight for community control of schools in the late 1960s. He subsequently helped to found several organizations, including Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Alonzo Daughtry Memorial Family Life Services, which serves the community through innovative programming such as Families of Victims Against Violence, and Alonzo Daughtry Memorial Day Care Center, which provides early childhood education under the motto, "Nurturing and Educating the Leaders of Tomorrow. He currently serves as Chair of National Religious Leaders of African Ancestry Concerned about Darfur.
Reverend Daughtry has previously served as Chair of the New York Citywide African-American Clergy Council, African American Clergy and Elected Officials, and the Association of Brooklyn Clergy for Community Development, which built and renovated more than 500 units of housing for low- and middle-income families in Brooklyn.
His commitment to global human rights and self-determination has led Rev. Daughtry to travel and lecture extensively around the world, and he has participated in dozens of international conferences and conventions, including speaking at United Nations subcommittee meetings regarding South African apartheid, Cuba, the Middle East, and the state of U.S. civil rights.
Currently, Reverend Daughtry is one of a handful of community leaders working with Forest City Ratner Companies to build Atlantic Yards, a $5 billion complex that includes a 19,000 seat arena to house the New York Nets. Daughtry was instrumental in the creation of the landmark Atlantic Yards Community Benefits Agreement that ensures delivery of a wide variety of services to the Brooklyn community, including a state-of-the-art health facility, an intergenerational center, and a community foundation as well as housing opportunities for low- and middle-income New Yorkers, construction jobs for minorities and women, and thousands of other employment opportunities.
Ordained to the Ministry in 1958, Reverend Daughtry was installed as the third National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches in October 1959. His father, Alonzo, had served as the Church's founder and first Presiding Minister. Daughtry has pastored the Brooklyn congregation since 1958. In 2010, he established a Jersey City branch of the Church, and he also serves as pastor there.
Reverend Daughtry is married to Reverend Dr. Karen Smith Daughtry. They have four adult children: Leah, Sharon, Dawnique, and Herbert, Jr; and three grandsons, Lorenzo, Herbert III, and Myles.
Contact Reverend Daughtry Follow on Twitter Follow on Facebook


Rev. Dr. Herbert D. Daughtry ...

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Rev. Dr. Herbert D. Daughtry Sr., Founder and Chair Emeritus The Reverend Dr. Herbert Daughtry hails from a family which has produced five generations of Black church leaders.Born in Savannah, Georgia, and raised on the streets of Brooklyn, New York and Jersey City, New Jersey, Reverend Daughtry has risen to positions of national and international prominence. urrently National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, he has previously served as Chairman of the National Black United Front, and Founder and President of the African People's Christian Organization. ore than 50 years of involvement in church and community service has earned him the title, "The People's Pastor. Reverend Daughtry's long career of activism began with the civil rights struggles in the 1950s, working in collaboration with Brooklyn CORE and Operation Breadbasket, and continuing with his participation in the fight for community control of schools in the late 1960s. In 1976, as a result of the killing of 15-year-old Randolph Evans by a New York City police officer, Reverend Daughtry became a major force in organizing the Coalition of Concerned Leaders and Citizens to Save Our Youth.


Downtown Brooklyn Neighborhood Alliance – Our Founder

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Rev. Dr. Herbert D. Daughtry Sr., Founder and Chair Emeritus The Reverend Dr. Herbert Daughtry hails from a family which has produced five generations of Black church leaders.Born in Savannah, Georgia, and raised on the streets of Brooklyn, New York and Jersey City, New Jersey, Reverend Daughtry has risen to positions of national and international prominence. urrently National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, he has previously served as Chairman of the National Black United Front, and Founder and President of the African People's Christian Organization. ore than 50 years of involvement in church and community service has earned him the title, "The People's Pastor. Reverend Daughtry's long career of activism began with the civil rights struggles in the 1950s, working in collaboration with Brooklyn CORE and Operation Breadbasket, and continuing with his participation in the fight for community control of schools in the late 1960s. In 1976, as a result of the killing of 15-year-old Randolph Evans by a New York City police officer, Reverend Daughtry became a major force in organizing the Coalition of Concerned Leaders and Citizens to Save Our Youth.


Downtown Brooklyn Neighborhood Alliance | Our Founder

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Rev. Dr. Herbert D. Daughtry Sr., Founder and Chair Emeritus The Reverend Dr. Herbert Daughtry hails from a family which has produced five generations of Black church leaders.Born in Savannah, Georgia, and raised on the streets of Brooklyn, New York and Jersey City, New Jersey, Reverend Daughtry has risen to positions of national and international prominence. urrently National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, he has previously served as Chairman of the National Black United Front, and Founder and President of the African People's Christian Organization. ore than 50 years of involvement in church and community service has earned him the title, "The People's Pastor. Reverend Daughtry's long career of activism began with the civil rights struggles in the 1950s, working in collaboration with Brooklyn CORE and Operation Breadbasket, and continuing with his participation in the fight for community control of schools in the late 1960s. In 1976, as a result of the killing of 15-year-old Randolph Evans by a New York City police officer, Reverend Daughtry became a major force in organizing the Coalition of Concerned Leaders and Citizens to Save Our Youth.

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