50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE
The Convention has been postponed until the fall.
New dates will be posted as quickly as possible.
"Unity Without Uniformity"
JOIN US TO HELP CREATE A BLACK AGENDA.
The 2022 National Black Political Convention will host delegations from across the country and diaspora including leaders from countries in Africa and the Caribbean.
The first National Black Political Convention (also known as the Gary Convention) was held March 10 to March 12, 1972, in Gary, Indiana. Approximately 10,000 African-Americans gathered to discuss, debate, and advocate for Black people in the United States. This August 4th - August 7th, hosted in Newark NJ, at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, the National Black Political Convention returns, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Gary Convention. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 2022 VISION >
40+ WORKSHOPS ON PRIORITY ISSUES.
During the gathering, attendees will discuss “Priority Issues” which are defined as problems/concerns/needs that most Black people identify as core to improving our quality of life and/or moving us closer towards our liberation.
Thank You For Your Support of the 2022 NBPC!
Our Community Organization Supporters
The 2022 NBPC would like to recognize one of our original incorporators, April R. Silver, Founder and CEO of AKILA WORKSONGS and former Board Member Bashir Muhammad Ptah Akinyele.
For general support, email firstname.lastname@example.org.