The National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (NCOBRA) hosts their 31st Annual National Convention Virtually, July 30 – August 1, 2020.
Reparations and COVID-19: The Science of How Trauma is Passed Down Generationally
– State & Municipal Reparations: HR40 and SB1083
Conversation Reparations: Intergenerational Dialogue, Developing Youth Leadership.
– An Intergenerational Dialogue on Reparations organizing featuring Reparations activists from Youth to Elders. Panelists: Gen Rashid; QM Mashasiki; Nkechi Taifa; Faya Toure; Greg “Kimathi” Carr; Lady Freedom; Azali; and others.
Youth Track: Reparations Generation. A youth focused track that will utilize activities, games, contests, music, dance, spoken word and educational presentations to creatively engage our youth and young adults with NCOBRA and the Reparations Movement.
Conference Registration Includes:
One Year NCOBRA Membership
All Virtual Convention Activities
Online Convention Program Book
Adults (30+), $30
Young Adult (21–30), $15
Youth (20 & under), FREE
To register and for more information, go to www.ncobraonline.org
NCOBRA is the premier coalition of organizations and individuals with the sole purpose of winning reparations for persons of Afrikan descent residing in the U.S.A. NCOBRA has been convening annual conventions for the purpose of sharing the progress being made towards reparations, to introduce new campaigns and initiatives, share “Best Practices”, conduct NCOBRA business meetings, general membership meetings, and to raise funds for The Coalition.