Join us for our three-day virtual summit series on “Black Resistance through Resilience”. Our vision for the 2023 Black History Month virtual summit series, is to showcase the importance of Black Resistance and Resilience at the intersection of Food, Faith and Education in American History.
African Americans have resisted historic and ongoing oppression, in all forms. These efforts have been to advocate for a dignified self-determined life in a just and democratic society in the United States and beyond. The 1950s and 1970s in the United States was defined by actions such as sit-ins, boycotts, walk outs, strikes by Black and brown people and their white allies in the fight for justice against discrimination in all sectors of society from employment to education to housing.
During our three-day program, we’ll feature students, educators and guest speakers alongside impactful presentations on resistance of mind, body and spirit throughout the history of America.