Join us for a packed event ;
Performances by Ruff Mic & Tahir RBG, and more....
Free workshops, free natural hair demos, free children’s village, free fashion show,free dance classes,Urban Shaman, Panel discussions, cultural market place, live music, Spoken word,Wholistic health workshops, Hair styling and hair adornment, Annual natural hair show and competition, and many more.
This year the conference will feature among many presenters and artists, Professor Bayyinah Bello from Ayiti; Professor Griff from the group Public Enemy; Richard Muhammad, Editor in Chief of the Final Call newspaper; social activist Dick Gregory; and Let's Buy Black 365 grassroots activist, Nataki Kambon for a Phiily Black business celebration.
The AILC is great opportunity to revitalize oneself, to relax, to learn, to reconnect with old friends, to meet new friends, to network, to have fun, to witness Aboriginal creativity and to build solid business and relationship possibilities, to buy black, to shop and shop some more, to eat delicious food, to hear live music, and to be motivated to move from talking about change to actively seeking solutions all while supporting an important cultural and educational institution. The conference has also become a much anticipated and well supported autumn gathering for networking and spiritual renewal.
- Start Date : 2016-10-01 12:00 PM
- End Date & Time : 2016-10-02 9:30 PM
- Booking Start Date : 2016-09-19
- Booking End Date : 2016-09-19
|22ND ANNUAL LOCKS CONFERENCE||10.00 $||Unlimited Seats|