Join us at the PATRIOT PLAZA June 30, 2021 9:00a.m. Baltimore Co. Circuit Court Building, 401 Bosley Avenue, Towson, MD 21204. NEED transportation to TOWSON: meet up at NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH 2100 N. Monroe Street Baltimore, MD 21217
Time: 7:00 a.m. (bus pulling out at 7:15 a.m.)
BUS TRANSPORTATION: FREE 2 large busses leaving New Shiloh Baptist Church, 2100 N. Monroe @ Elgin Ave. (safe parking) Leaving New Shiloh at 7:15 and returning approximately 12:00p.m. State ID is required for courthouse admittance; mask & social distancing is at the discretion of the Baltimore County Courts
April 28, 2021.
The Greater DC Chapter proposed to bestow the title of Honorable Rev. Sharpton and it has been approved. Rev. Sharpton will now be entitled and identified as the Honorable Rev. Al Sharpton. The Honorable Rev. Al Sharpton will be a featured lecturer in the area of political science grounded in social justice during the academic term–Tennessee State University (TSU) 2021
Take a ways from the National Convention–
“This is a milestone year for NAN, and in the face of rising hate crimes against Blacks, Asian Americans and other minoritized groups, we must continue to marshal the will to fight against the maliciousness and evil work of those who seek to disenfranchise our vote and deny our humanity.”Rev. Dr. W. Franklyn Richardson, Chairman of the Board/National Action Network
“While we grappled with the horrific loss of life and ramifications from the pandemic, police brutality and other forms of racial injustice never ceased. From the traumatic killing of George Floyd to efforts to suppress our right to vote and so much more, the past year reminded us all that our work is far from over.”The Honorable Rev. Dr. Al Sharpton, Founder & President/National Action Network
The Convention was well attended by Chapter leaders including NAN Greater Baltimore Chapter’s delegation: Larry Young, President, Miriam Summers, Vice-President and John Cheatham, Treasure/Chaplain. All attendees in followed the COVID-19 guidelines for New York.
NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK VIRTUAL CONVENTION APRIL 14TH THROUGH APRIL 17TH.
In 2021, NAN’s Convention will take place virtually, on April 14th through the 17th. Join us as we gather with some of the country’s most influential figures – from top government officials, to faith and civil rights leaders and grassroots organizers. At NAN, we will celebrate our 30th year by addressing our nation’s extraordinary crisis in racial justice, and connecting to meaningful forms of action. As always, we will strive to address systemic inequalities and advance political, educational, social, and economic equality for our community. More information to come! Stay tuned. VIRTUAL CONFERENCE CLICK HERE