The National African-American Women's Conversation
The National African-American Women's Movement LLC is proud to present: The National African-American Women's Conversation An Interactive Conference for Social Change The National Conversation Interactive Conference is a new disruptive model created by black women, led by black women, and focused on solutions that bring about positive social change for African-American Women. This event won't be full of fluff. Our goal is to fill the void we, as black women are often left with when it comes to mainstream female social advocacy. We'll focus on the "hard conversations" such as slave mentality, our health and body image, technology and innovation, love, sex and celebrating our beauty and culture, career, social justice and more. Mostly, this is about lifting each other up as black women and sparking change within the African-American diaspora. Participants will leave this event having learned at least one new practical skill or with information on a resource to help improve their lives or the lives of others. Event Agenda During the afternoon portion of the day (1pm-4pm), we will be tapping into the source of women in leadership as the fundamental, grassroots force for change. The NAAWM will bring together first-time movement leaders, feature a combination of presenters, a conversational panel, and a workshop. Following the general session, the “Be Your Most Beautiful” buffet dinner will start at 7pm and the featured Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Ava Muhammad – National Spokesperson for the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the NOI. One person per ticket. The evening portion (7pm-til). Speakers & Participants: Dr. Ava Muhammad, Keynote Speaker Student Minister Sharrieff Muhammad Kesha Gibson-Carter Dr. Hanifa G.N. Shabazz Rev. Dr. Maisha I. Kariamu Handy Audrey Muhammad Katie Gailes Marilyn Jackson Thiah Muhammad Danielle Langford Kimberly "Isis" Thomas *Limited Vendor & Sponsorship Opportunities are available. Email: email@example.com for a vendor and sponsorship package or Visit https://goo.gl/forms/9Vgfw6HMr3gSCrQM2 Hotel & Lodging Special Rate Use rate code: NAAWM if calling directly or click here to reserve your hotel room: NAAWM For more information visit our website at http://www.nationalwomensmovement.com FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? No age limitation. All ages are invited. Are men and non-black women allowed to attend? While all are encouraged to support this event, those who choose to attend must recognize and respect that this space intentionally prioritizes and centers the conversation, voice, experience, journey, and presence of Black Women. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org What's the refund policy? We don't allow any refunds, sorry. But if you simply cannot make it, please contact us and we may be able to find someone to purchase your ticket if we are running a waitlist. Use the email address above. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes, please do! This is an interactive conference, we want to know your name. But if you decide to use and alias for the day, we won't say a peep. Can I update my registration information? Yes you can! Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes it is. We want every woman who should be there, to be there. Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? No sorry. Because we allow for transfers, please be sure to have any tickets you may have been gifted have an updated registration. Is this a religious event? Or an event backed by a religious organization? No, NAWWM LLC is not a religious organization nor is it backed by a religious organization. We want to create a safe space and welcome all of our sisters into this conversation, regardless of their spiritual beliefs. Are other races of women welcome to attend? Yes, yes of course! However, the topics covered will be focused specifically on those issues that affect African-American Women and the African-American community as a whole. That does not preclude women of other cultures or ethnicities from attending, however. Are men welcome to attend? Do they want to attend? Just kidding. Of course, we welcome the brothers!