Africans everywhere are excited for the Black is Back Coalition National conference this Saturday!

Harlem, NY––The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations’ Annual National Conference takes place at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church on Saturday April 9, 2016––only a few days away!

The BIBC is an organization of organizations and individuals who come together in unity towards the goal of gaining freedom for African (black) people.

The free day-long national conference titled “The 2016 Elections and the Struggle for Self-Determination” will be held for the African community of Harlem. There will be panel discussions as well as audience question and answer sessions around the current U.S. presidential elections, the democratic and republican candidates and what it means for self-determination of the black community.

Doors open at 10am, until 7pm EST.

The BIBC has a powerful program in store for the conference attendees with political analysis from Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP). Other guest speakers include Glen Forde and Margaret Kimberley of the Black Agenda Report (BAR), Nellie Bailey of the Harlem Tenants Council, New York State Assemblyman Charles Barron and other key members of the Coalition.

There will also be a critical presentation on the Flint water poisoning given by the Lisa Davis of the Healthcare Working Group. Kamm Howard of the Reparations working group will present on the question of reparations for Africans. Diop Olugbala of the Black Community Control of the Police Working Group will also make a presentation around the importance of the demand for black community control of the police.

There is so much in store for the attendees of this historic conference! This is one of the first steps to bringing the residents of Harlem back into political light and back into revolutionary mindset. It will motivate Africans to make the demand for Black Power.

The BIBC national conference will be attended by people from all over the United States––from the Tri-State area to the west coast to Florida and Alabama.

Seats are filling up fast, however you can still register now to attend this historic conference! Visit the BIBC Eventbrite page (https://bibaprilconference.eventbrite.com) to register. This is an event that you can’t afford to miss!

 

Black is Back!

Black Power Matters!

Uhuru!

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