2021 National Action Network 30th Year Convention
30 YEARS OF CIVIL RIGHTS CHANGE MAKING
PERFECTING 21ST CENTURY CIVIL RIGHTS.
“We are in a pivotal time in our country, especially for Black and Brown communities. We’ve seen racial inequality and hate crimes are on the rise throughout the country. This past election displayed an unprecedented threat to the voting rights of all Americans. Throughout our history, people of color have experienced socioeconomic inequality and voter suppression in elections, to say the least. National Action Network’s Annual convention creates a space for civil rights and political leaders to organize and focus on the issues and policies that truly affect Black America and create a path forward”
Rev. Al Sharpton, President and Founder of NAN
The 2021 National Action Network held it’s 30th Year Conference in compliance with the CDC protocol April 14th-19th. With only 150 in attendance including staff, panelist, Press and essential workers was a great success! Many panelist were virtual in their presentation nonetheless the information and participation was exceptional. At the end, the need for next steps, justice and equality still is a focal point and the mission. The fight isn’t over, we are still on the battlefield!