BIN Kinship Assembly 2016 Call for Presenters
Now accepting submissions for workshop proposals for the 2016 BIN Kinship Assembly
Deadline EXTENDED: February 12, 2016.As part of our vision to unite people of African descent for racial justice and migrant rights in order to achieve social, economic and political power, we hold our bi-annual Kinship Assembly which is known for its rich content and sense of kinship and camaraderie. Our 2016 conference will include compelling plenaries, breakout sessions on a variety of topics of interest to our various membership constituencies, relationship building opportunities and an empowering, uplifting and strengthening space.
Our 2016 theme, Black Love Beyond Borders, provides a global context of the struggle for Black liberation in the U.S. Since its founding, BIN has served as a connecting, healing and strategy leading space where we challenge the “borders” separating people of the African diaspora, be they language, country of origin, faith traditions or identity, to build and cross bridges and unite our kinship.
We invite individuals and organizations to submit presentations in line with the conference theme and more broadly with the BIN Mission of connecting, training and building towards policy and cultural shifts for a racial justice and migrant rights agenda. In crafting your presentation proposal, we encourage you to consider the needs and interests of our various membership constituencies, including advocacy organizations, grassroots leaders, service providers, clergy, academic faculty and directly impacted people.
Proposed presentations will be evaluated on the contribution it will make toward the BIN principles, mission and vision. Unique insights, strategies, practical information that people can use in serving Black communities are the priority. Culturally responsive content that centers Black communities: African, Caribbean, Afro-Latino and African-American. Please make sure to leave time for audience questions and interaction. Be Dynamic!
• Full conference registration is required for all selected presenters at a discounted rate.
• Sessions will be approximately one hour and 15 minutes in length.
Individual presentations will be scheduled for April 8th or 9th. If selected to present please be prepared to present on these dates.
You will receive confirmation of your submission via e-mail.
Formal notification of acceptance will be e-mailed by February 27, 2016
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