Sankofa Study Circle

Sunday, June 22, 2014

NBUF National Convention Outline

NBUF National Convention Outline

Thursday July 10

6:00 pm – 10 pm
National Town Hall Meeting
Omowale Clay, Dr. Ray Winbush and Eugene Puryear
 Gentrification & Discrimination in Housing and Education:
Why We Need Reparations


Friday July 11

6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Dr. Leonard Jeffries & Dr. Conrad Worrill
– African History as a Tool for Liberation

Saturday July 12

9:00 am
Registration

9:30 am Opening Ceremony
·       Prayer
·       Libation
·       Pledge to the Red Black & Green
·       National Anthem

Adult Track

10:00 am – 11:30 am
Buy Black Empowerment Initiative

11:30 – 12pm
Lunch/Vendors

12pm – 1:30pm
History of the NBUF


1:45pm – 3:15 pm
Baba James Small – Spirituality, Culture and the Liberation Movement


Youth Summit (Young Adult Track)

10:00 am – 11:30 am
Ajamu Youth Investment Group

11:30 am – 12pm
Lunch/Vendors

12pm – 1:30 pm
Sex, Hip Hop & Mass Media

1:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Nation of Gods and Earths Influence on Hip Hop

Young Child (ages 12 and under)

10:00 am - RBG Art Project

11:30 – 12pm
Lunch

12 pm – 1:30 pm
Leon Dixon Youth S.T.E.M. Science Fair

1:45 pm – 3:15 pm
African Dance

Saturday July 12

6:30 pm – 10pm
NBUF National Unity Dinner & Award Ceremony (***$25***)

Sunday July 13

9:00 am
Registration

9:30 am Opening Ceremony
·       Prayer
·       Libation
·       Pledge to the Red Black & Green
·       National Anthem

10:00 am – 11:50 am
State of NBUF: Convention Analysis

12pm – 3pm
Marimba Ani - Spiritual Warfare

6:30pm – 10pm (***$10***)
NBUF Political Prisoners Performing Arts Show – Featuring the Last Poets & Taalam Acey


All events are free with registration, unless otherwise noted.
For online registration, ticketed event purchase and vending, please visit: nbufdc.org

Suggested Convention Hotels:
2399 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington VA 22202 (703) 418 6800


Washington, DC/New York Avenue
2305 New York Avenue NE · WashingtonDistrict Of Columbia 20002

888 236 2427

Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian food options will be available.


There are activities for adults, and workshops for adults and children of all ages.

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