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Friday, July 24
 

8:00am EDT

9:00am EDT

10:00am EDT

11:00am EDT

EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEAK OF NEW DOCUMENTARY: "Whose Streets?" by Damon Davis TBADamon Davis Emotional Emancipation Circles: Weekly Support Groups for Black People to Process Racial Stress Trinity Cathedral: Room 1Erika Totten Black Side of the Red Ribbon: HIV/AIDS Activism for Black Lives Past, Present and Future Student Center: Ballroom: Room 3Maxx Boykin: HIV Prevention Justice Alliance & BYP 100 • Kenyon Farrow: Treatment Action Group • Waheedah Shabazz-el: ACT-UP Philly & US Positive Women's Network • Deon Haywood: Women With a Vision Where can we go from here: intentional sharing of power within 501(c)(3) structures Main Classroom: Room 332LIMITED Let Your Motto Be Resistance! Why Folks Are Saying We Will Shoot Back Main Classroom: Room 322LIMITEDDarasia Selby-Adebisi: Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM) Philly Chapter • Jamal P. Oliver: MXGM NY Chapter • Jonathan Stith: MXGM DC Chapter • Sanyika Bryant: MXGM Oakland Chapter • taliba obuya: MXGM Atlanta Chapter Street Dance Activism in the Black Lives Matter Movement Trinity Cathedral: Room 2Shamell Bell and Black Lives Matter members The Revolutionary conversation: a theatrical jazz retrospect with Audre and James Main Classroom: Room 136LIMITEDJonathan Lykes • JeNae' Taylor Bone-Weary and Cried Out: Healing Space Student Center: Ballroom: Room 1LIMITEDShemariah Arki • June Cara Christian Building Self Care and Resilience through Mindfulness, Movement and Meditation Main Classroom: Room 146LIMITEDKelsie Augustin • Kellie Kirksey Healing from Black Church Trauma in the Quest For Black Liberation Main Classroom: Room 445LIMITEDLatishia James How Farming Saved My Life & Made Me Aware of My Blackness Main Classroom: Room 444LIMITEDKelly Carlisle #BlackWorkersMatter: The State of Black Worker Organizing in the U.S Main Classroom: Room 307BLIMITEDSean Thomas-Breitfeld: Co-Director - Building Movement Project & Lead Author -#BlackWorkersMatter • Kimberly Freeman Brown: President - KFB Consulting LLC & Author - And Still I Rise • Marc D. Bayard: Director of the Black Worker Initiative - Institute for Policy Studies Developing Your Policy Agenda Main Classroom: Room 122LIMITEDSamuel Sinyangwe Free From Fear: Dangerous Homosexuals Building Power in Da' South to address profiling and the municipal court Main Classroom: Room 440LIMITEDBri Carter • Brinn Frazier • Southerners on New Ground: Mary Hooks • Cazambe Jackson • Mickey Jordan • Serena Sebring • Eshe Shakur • Tiffany Smith • Dean Stead • Kiesha Webb • Rebecca Wooten How to Build Decentralized Networks in the Black Lives Matter Movement Main Classroom :Room 326LIMITEDMonica Dennis • Carmen Dixon • Allen Frimpong Facilitation 101 Main Classroom: Room 329LIMITEDMaurice Mitchell • Cyndi Suarez Organizing 101 Main Classroom: Room 441LIMITEDNelini Stamp Solidarity is a Verb, Collaboration is a Practice Student Center: Ballroom: Room 2LIMITEDPatrisse Cullors • Elle Hearns

12:30pm EDT

2:30pm EDT

There’s A Method to the Movement: Examining Community Organizing Methods and Methodologies Main Classroom: Room 306BLIMITEDChaka Holley Young Gifted and Black: The real #DearWhitePeople Main Classroom: Room 302LIMITEDRian Brown Organizing for Resilience: Supporting survivors and families to move through trauma and lead political change Trinity Cathedral: Room 2Ejeris Dixon Movie Screening and discussion-Out In The Night- The story of the New Jersey 4 Main Classroom: Room 134LIMITED Movie Screening Out in the Night: The Story of New Jersey Main Classroom: Room 134LIMITED The Art of Revolution: Collectively Organizing for Reproductive Justice At The Intersection of Art and Activism Main Classroom: Room 305LIMITEDMonica Raye Simpson • Camil Williams The Miseducation of Hip-Hop Main Classroom: Room 307BLIMITEDTierney Reed Legos & Monopoly: Mastering Your Inside/Outside Strategy, Gaming the Political System & Winning Main Classroom: Room 146LIMITEDMaria Fernandez • Theodore Moore Mothers Cry for Justice Student Center: Ballroom: Room 3Anita Willis Self-Defense Trinity Cathedral: Room 1Emily Carpenter This Ain’t A Eulogy: A Ritual for Remembering Student Center: Ballroom: Room 1LIMITEDTaja Lindley (RE) Education of the Negro: Developing Political Education Programs for Black Communities Main Classroom: Room 445LIMITEDDavid C. Turner III Black Lives Beyond Borders: Statelessness and Deportations in The Dominican Republic Main Classroom: Room 136LIMITEDBlack Alliance for Just Immigration (@BAJITweet) • We Are All Dominicans (@Dominicanxs) • The Media Consortium (@TMCmedia) Decriminalization of Weed & Weed Reparations Main Classroom: Room 332LIMITEDTodd St. Hill • Jasson Perez Strategies For Transformation: Divest From Police/Invest in Communities Main Classroom: Room 414LIMITEDCarmen Dixon • Ben Ndugga-Kabuye • Opal Tometi The 2016 Election: How to Make a Concrete Impact and Build Capacity for Black Organizing: Black Youth Project 100 Student Center: Ballroom: Room 4LIMITEDCharlene Carruthers: Black Youth Project 100 • Cedric Lawson: The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights The Black Panther Party: Looking Back To Look Forward Main Classroom: Room 329LIMITEDHank Jones: Former Member of Black Panther Party • Pam Hannah: Former member of the Black Panther Party • Ashanti Alston: Former member of the Black Panther Party & former political prisoner • Dhoruba Bin-Wahad: Former memeber of the Black Panther Party & former political prisoner) What Assata Really Taught Me: Gender, Sexuality, and Nationalism Main Classroom: Room 322LIMITEDasha bandele • Beatriz Beckford • MXGM - Dara Cooper • Autumn Marie • taliba obuya • Ola Ronke Black Trans* Lives Matter!: Solutions Not Punishment Coaltion Main Classroom: Room 122LIMITED Building a Peoples Security Team Main Classroom: Room 315LIMITEDChe Long Building Black Women’s Leadership: Strategies to strengthen our leadership individually and collectively Main Classroom: Room 441LIMITEDCharlene Carruthers: Black Youth Project 100 ENCRYPT BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY: surveillance self defense & security culture 101 Main Classroom: Room 326LIMITEDGemini Matt Even My Poems Are Revolutionary Main Classroom: Room 123LIMITEDJ Mase III Mapping Police Violence Main Classroom: Room 440LIMITEDSamuel Sinyangwe and Johnetta Elzie Online Tools and Tactics to Supercharge Your Campaigns Main Classroom: Room 306ALIMITEDWilliam Winters Queer As Fuck: We Been Here Student Center: Ballroom: Room 2LIMITEDTyrell Cooper • Shan Davis • Ashleigh Shackelford The Black Church: We need you now more than ever! Main Classroom: Room 301LIMITEDMary Hooks: Community Organizer-SONG • Dr. Makungu M. Akinyela: Ordained Elder - AME Church and MXGM Turn Down on Eachother, Turn up on the State: Conflict Resolution 101 Main Classroom: Room 444LIMITEDAlicia Garza Putting the T back in Black Main Classroom: Room 330LIMITEDElle Hearns • Janetta Johnson • Miss Major

3:00pm EDT

4:30pm EDT

9:00pm EDT

 
Saturday, July 25
 

9:00am EDT

10:00am EDT

12:00pm EDT

1:15pm EDT

Feelin’ My Femme: Fighting Femmephobia in the Land Trinity Cathedral: Room 2Jessica Lewis Pondering for Our Ancestor: Rashidah Tutashinda Main Classroom: Room 445LIMITEDBay Area Chapter of BLM and Co-founder of Ancestral Healing • Rashidah Tutashinda Centering Black Women and Trans People’s Experience of Racial Profiling and Police Violence in the Movement for Black Lives Student Center: Ballroom:Room 3Mariame Kaba (pending) • Charlene Carruthers • Andrea Ritchie • Ashley Yates Communications Nuts and Bolts: Shannon Garth-Rhodes Main Classroom: Room 414LIMITEDShannon Garth-Rhodes Whose World is This? The World is Ours Main Classroom: Room 330LIMITEDJamilah Brown • Nathaniel Phillipps • Shannon Shird • Tsige Tafesse Cultivating Joy: Free, Black & Communing through Theatre:Shamilia McBean,Dorcas Davis Main Classroom: Room 136LIMITEDShamilia McBean and Dorcas Davis Cultural Alchemy 101: The Root Mya Hunter, Heather Lee, Umar Muhammad, Paul Newman. Main Classroom: Room 123LIMITEDMya Hunter • Heather Lee • Umar Muhammad • Paul Newman Making All Black Lives Matter: Merging and Intersecting Movements to End Criminalization Student Center: Ballroom:Room 4Diane Burkholder • Jasmine Burnett • Kenyon Farrow • Treatment Action Group • Deon Haywood • Women With a Vision Inc • New Voices Pittsburgh: Women of Color for Reproductive Justice • One Struggle KC/KC AIDS Taskforce Womens Work: Heartivism and Healing Trinity Cathedral: Room 1Donna Davis • Ashley Grenne • Crystal Wilson Antiblackness: Theories and Strategies for Abolition: Page May & Jasson Perez Main Classroom: Room 444LIMITEDTyrell Cooper • Shan Davis • Ashleigh Shackelford Black Scholar-Activism in the 21st Century: Dr. Tabitha Chester, Dr. Treva Lindsey Main Classroom: Room 440LIMITEDDr. Tabitha Chester and Dr. Treva Lindsey Our Money, Our Voices: Public Budgets for Racial Justice: Maria Hadden Main Classroom: Room 332LIMITEDMaria Hadden Post-Rachel Complex: Remaining the landscape of allyship in this BlackLivesMatters moment Main Classroom: Room 306BLIMITEDPaury Flowers • Erica Mines • Laniece Williams #BlackKidsLivesMatter Part 2: Revolutionary Parenting Main Classroom: Room 326LIMITEDAmara Abdullah • Melina Abdullah • Thandiwe Abdullah And I showed up #SayHerName: JeNae' Taylor, Jonathan Lykes Main Classroom: Room 146LIMITEDJeNae' Taylor and Jonathan Lykes CANCELED: #BlackKidsLivesMatter Part 1: Packing Backpacks for Rebellion and Revolution Main Classroom: Room 326LIMITEDLeRoi Newbold • Kandace Price Don’t Talk About it, Be About it: Calling Out and Ending Systemic Racism: Cuyahoga PlaceMatters Team Main Classroom: Room 302LIMITEDCuyahoga PlaceMatters Team Engaging Policy Makers Around Issues of Police Militarization: Million Hoodies Movement for Justice Main Classroom: Room 306ALIMITEDMillion Hoodies Movement for Justice International Decade for People of African Descent and the National Plan of Action: MXGM Main Classroom: Room 307BLIMITEDbrandon king MXGM Jackson Chapter • Jonathan Stith: MXGM DC Chapter • Sanyika Bryant Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM) Oakland Chapter • taliba obuya: MXGM Atlanta Chapter Liberation Can't Wait: How Black Queer and trans folks can and must be at the forefront of the movement towards LGBTQ liberation and full equality. Main Classroom: Room 301LIMITEDAngela Peoples Riding Through the 6 Wit My Woes: Anti- Black Racism in Canada and Beyond: J Future Khan Main Classroom: Room 329LIMITEDFuture- Janaya (j) Khan The 60th Anniversary of Emmet Till’s Murder: From Emmet Till to Rekia Boyd, Extrajudicial Killings & Black Resistance Student Center: Ballroom:Room 1LIMITEDAirickca Gordon -Taylor • Martinez Sutton - Brother of Rekia Boyd • Brock Satter - Mass Action Against Police Brutality • Aislinn Pulley - BLM Chicago • Brian Taylor - BLM Cincinnati • cousin of Emmett Till and Executive Director at Mamie Till Mobley Memorial Foundation The People, United, Shall Never be Defeated: How to craft a Black Revolutionary consensus for the 21st Century Main Classroom: Room 322LIMITEDToussaint Losier WE WHO BELIEVE IN FREEDOM COINTELPRO 101 & US POLITICAL PRISONERS: When We Fight Back & The State Strikes Back Student Center: Ballroom:Room 2LIMITEDFred Hampton Jr (Son of Chairman Fred Hampton) • Ramona Africa (MOVE Sole Survivor of the government's 1985 bombing of MOVE) • Ashanti Alston (Former Balck Panther/BLA Former Political Prisoner) • Eddie Conway (Former Black Panther/Former Political Prisoner) • Russell Maroon Shoatz (Son of US Political Prisoner Russell Shoatz) Welcome to America; Black Immigrant Experience of Anti-Black & Anti-Immigrant State Violence in the US: BAJI & BIN Main Classroom: Room 441LIMITEDDevonte Jackson • Black Alliance for Just Immigration + Black Immigration Network members • Ben Ndugga-Kabuye • Marybeth Onyeukwu • Tia Oso • Abraham Paulos • Opal Tometi • Aly Wane What had happened was… Building tools for collective accountability: Che Long Main Classroom: Room 315LIMITEDChe J long African Female Revolutionaries and their Lessons for the Movement Main Classroom: Room 305LIMITEDKopano Marumo and Rooney Hasaan Shade & Shoutouts: Popular Culture and Social Issues: Ashleigh Shackelford, Tyrell Cooper Main Classroom: Room 122LIMITEDAshleigh Shackelford and Tyrell Cooper MOVIE SCREENING and Discussion- Panther Vanguard of the Revolution- is an essential history and a vibrant chronicle of this pivotal movement that birthed a new revolutionary culture in America Main Classroom: Room 134LIMITED

3:00pm EDT

CANCELED: Black/Land in Cleveland Main Classroom: Room 332LIMITEDMistinguette Smith Justifiable Homicide: Building A Movement With The Families Affected By State Saction Violence Workshop Leader Student Center: Ballroom: Room 1LIMITEDCephus “Uncle Bobby” (Oscar Grant Uncle) Johnson Shots Fired: How Can You Respond? Main Classroom: Room 136LIMITEDUjimaa Medics Direct Action Play Lab Main Classroom: Room 330LIMITEDCeleste Faison • Chinyere Tutashinda Black, Trans and Brilliant: A Space For Us to Connect Main Classroom: Room 305LIMITEDWriply M. Bennet • J Mase III • Aaryn Lang Black Lives Trauma - Addressing Our Hurt to Heal Main Classroom: Room 445LIMITEDJonathan Projansky Elixirs for Black Brilliance and Resilience Trinity Cathedral: Room 1Jasmine Burems Intimacy with Food Trinity Cathedral: Room 2Alsie Parks Revolution Begins Within (Yoga): Olaronke Akinmowo Main Classroom: Room 444LIMITEDOlaronke Akinmowo The Somatics of Black Liberation (Yoga) Main Classroom: Room 146LIMITEDRachel Lee Black minds Matter: How the educational industrial complex is destroying young black minds Main Classroom: Room 315LIMITEDLaToia Jones HIV is Not a Crime – Or is it? { Intersecting HIV, Criminalization and Race} Main Classroom: Room 329LIMITEDDeon Haywood • Bryan C. Jones Jackson Rising: A case study of the Jackson-Kush Plan Student Center: Ballroom: Room 4MXGM Making Justice: How Reparations for Police Torture Survivors Were Won Main Classroom: Room 302LIMITEDMariame Kaba • Page May Organizing for Self-Determination: Bldg a Nat'l Agenda for Blk Food & Land Main Classroom: Room 307BLIMITEDDara • Beatriz Beckford Beyond IDFWU: best practices for collaboration in a Black led movement Main Classroom: Room 414LIMITED Black Community Control Over the Police Student Center: Ballroom: Room 3LIMITEDM. Adams • Max Rameau Black Lives Matter: Race and Inequality is a Labor Issue Main Classroom: Room 301LIMITEDCarmen Berkley: Director of Civil • Human and Woman’s Rights—AFL-CIO • Ephrin Jenkins: United Steel Workers Local #1014 • Yanela Sims: Service Employees International Union Local 1 • Darrin Spann: Executive Assistant to President -AFSCME Council 13 • Cherika Carter: Field Representative-Ohio AFL-CIO Black Love, Black Leadership, Black Power: Rebuilding the Black Liberation Movement Student Center: Ballroom: Room 2LIMITEDSendolo Diaminah • Denise Perry Black Radical Women and Revolutionary Movement Building: Critical Insights and Actions Main Classroom: Room 306ALIMITEDRose Brewer Check Your Bias: Ending American Denial of Racism Main Classroom: Room 306BLIMITEDErika Maye Conscious Leadership: Grappling with Work-Life Dilemma Using the power of Life Mapping Main Classroom: Room 123LIMITEDMonika Moss-Gransberry Freedom from Violence is Reproductive Justice: Advancing the Human rights of Black women and people in Cleveland Main Classroom: Room 122LIMITEDNew Voices: La'Tasha D. Mayes- Founder and Executive Director Global Black Struggles Main Classroom: Room 441LIMITED Towards a Black Feminist Future: Co-creating a National Black Feminist Strategy Main Classroom: Room 440LIMITEDParis Hatcher #blackcommafeminist: Let’s Fuck Up Some Commas Main Classroom: Room 322LIMITEDShemariah Arki

7:00pm EDT

 
Sunday, July 26
 

9:00am EDT

10:15am EDT

12:00pm EDT

1:15pm EDT

3:15pm EDT