National Association of Black Defenders

A Nonviolent Movement for Social Change

This is a Movement for Social Change. Awareness of people so we can have some direction in the midst of what is going on. We need more of a sense of direction in place; have to understand the issues in order to understand the mindset.

In order for us to bring Justice, we have to understand Justice ourselves. The enemy might have changed his tricks, but we have to use the same strategies that were used in the 1960s.

Infiltrate the Nation - We can rebuild this Nation with Love.

~ Dr. Michael McCorvey Sr.
President National Association of Black Defenders, Inc.

Please Join Us for the 

2024 EQUAL JUSTICE SUMMIT

A LIFE-CHANGING EVENT ON INJUSTICE

2024 Equal Justice Summit • A Life-Changing Even on Injustice

Join us for the Equal Justice Summit 2024 at The King Center, located on Auburn Avenue Northeast in Atlanta, GA, USA. This in-person event is an unique opportunity to gather and discuss the pressing issues surrounding equal justice. At the summit, we will bring together experts, activists, and community leaders to share their insights and experiences. Through interactive workshops, panel discussions, and keynote speeches, we aim to foster dialogue, inspire action, and promote positive change. Throughout the event, you will have the chance to network with like-minded individuals who are passionate about creating a more equitable society. Engage in thought-provoking conversations, exchange ideas, and forge connections that can lead to meaningful collaborations. Whether you are an advocate, a student, or simply curious about the topic, the Equal Justice Summit 2024 is a must-attend event. Together, let's work towards a future where justice is truly equal for all.
Date and time

March 1st • 5 PM - March 3rd · 12 PM EST

Location

The King Center
449 Auburn Avenue Northeast Atlanta, GA 30312

2024 Equal Justice Summit • A Life-Changing Even on Injustice

March 1st, 2024 • 5 PM - 9 PM

NABD - Dr. Michael McCorvey, CEO

This summit is designed to educate attendees on:
• Human Trafficking • Criminal Justice Reform • Prison Reform • Affordable Housing • Credit Grants for Trasitional Housing • Human Rights in the Justice System

March 2nd, 2024 2 PM - 3 PM

Tony McPherson & the New Orleans Spiritualettes

On March 2, 2024, come and experience some good gospel singing by a group that has been established for over 30 years!!! You don't want to miss out on this opportunity of hearing music, musicians, and singers who have learned to PRAISE THEIR WAY THROUGH and watch GOD BE GOD in their lives!!

Frequently asked questions


What is your refund policy?

There is a NO REFUND POLICY. ALL sales are final. Thank you for adhering to this policy.

Is the location wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the facility is accessible for those who are in wheelchairs.

Can I bring children to the event?

Yes. Children are allowed at this conference, preferably during the YOUTH HOUR in that the sessions/activities are designed especially for ages 7 to 16.

What food options will be available at the event?

There will be vendors that each attendee may purchase food items from. If not to the attendee preference, the attendee may choose other restaurants outside of the conference setting.

Can I bring my own food to the event?

The NABD respectfully asks and requests that no one bring food to the event considering vendors will be there for service.

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About the National Association of Black Defenders: The National Association of Black Defenders, Inc., is a national network of advocates, attorneys, and leaders dedicated to defending the rights of African Americans and other minority communities. NABD works tirelessly to advance civil rights, fight against systemic racism, and promote social justice through advocacy, education, and legal services.
 
 

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