Tallahassee (FL) has been selected as the site for the 12th Annual National Civil Rights Conference in the summer of 2023. Tallahassee was chosen to host the conference because the downtown area is full of monuments and fun attractions. The downtown area is pretty easy to navigate on foot, and is where you will find nice, clean, and comfortable hotels. The downtown hotels offer flexible space, are centrally located near the state capitol, museums and area universities. The theme for the 2023 conference is Engage, Educate & Empower: Protecting Our Future.
The conference will be held June 19-20. The deadline for submission of paper, panel, poster and artistic production proposals has been extended to May 1, 2023. Proposals should be submitted electronically and must include title of paper or panel, author (s) name and affiliation(s), 200 to 250-word abstract of the paper or panel and contact information. Proposals may be submitted to the conference chair at email@example.com
Conference updates, sponsorship information and forms, registration information and materials may be obtained by visiting the conference web site (http://civilrightsconference.com) and clicking on the appropriate link.
The National Education and Empowerment Coalition, Inc. and Miami University are proud co-sponsors of the 12th Annual National Civil Rights Conference.
Dr. Keith Parker
Chair, Annual National Civil Rights Conference
Founder+ CEO, National Education and Empowerment Coalition, Inc.
Registration begins in March 2023.
Full conference registration includes admission to all sessions, exhibit hall access, historical tours and lunch on Monday & Tuesday.
In addition to the two-days of conference activities, (1) a pre-conference program will be held on Sunday at the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Philadelphia, MS and (2) Juneteenth and Father's Day activities will take place - specific activities are in the early planning stages.
Accommodations will be available at the Residence Inn Tallahassee Universities at the Capitol, 600 West Gaines Street, Tallahassee, Florida, 32304.
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