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Bronzeville International V

Black Metropolis National Heritage Area Commission

Friday, August 22, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM (CDT)

Bronzeville International V

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Early Bird Tickets:Includes Autographed Copy of Luncheon Keynote Speakers Book (Available until August 8)
Early Bird Ticket: Includes Autographed Copy of Luncheon Keynote Speakers Book
Ended $100.00 $6.49
Regular Ticket (After August 8, Book Additional Cost) Ended $125.00 $7.87
Luncheon Ticket Only (Book Additional Cost) Ended $25.00 $2.37
Session Sponsor: Neighborhood Legacy Project Roundtables Ended $2,500.00 $84.95
Session Sponsor: Civic Research, Public Archives and Online Knowledge Management Ended $2,500.00 $84.95
Education Track: International Tourism Ended $1,500.00 $54.95
Education Track: Technology Infrastructure Ended $1,500.00 $54.95
Education Track: Transit a Catalyst for Economic Development Ended $1,500.00 $54.95
Education Track: Sustainability & Preservation Lab Ended $1,500.00 $54.95
Presenting Sponsor: Governor's Breakfast (Podium Sign: Back Page Ad) Ended $5,000.00 $159.95
Heritage Sponsor: Lucheon Keynote (Podium Sign: Front Cover Ad) Ended $2,500.00 $84.95
Award Reception Sponsor (Signage: Inside Back Cover Ad) Ended $2,500.00 $84.95
Exhibitors Table Ended $200.00 $11.99
Printed Conference Bags (includes sponsor collateral) Ended $2,000.00 $69.95
Full Page Program Book Ad Ended $500.00 $24.95
1/2 Page Program Book Ad Ended $250.00 $14.74
Program Ad Book Business Card Ended $100.00 $6.49
Underwriter: 8 Community Scholarships (includes book) Ended $1,000.00 $39.95

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Event Details

CIVIC INNOVATION SUMMIT

Annual Community Economic Development Conference:

  • Govenor's Breakfast Announcement (Invited)
  • Report-out to Community Stakeholders
  • Stewardship for Community Vision:  Develop Bronzeville as a Sustainable International African American Heritage Toursim Destination
  • Status:  Black Metropolis National Heritage Area Designation H.R. 3075
  • Planning Workshops: 2016 Great Migration Centennial Commemorative Celebration
  • Author's Keynote Luncheon Address
  • Consensus Building:  Obama Campus proposal
  • Interactive Educational Sessions
  • Engagement Opportunities: Neighborhood Legacy Projects
  • T3 Urban Innovaton & Sustainability Award Reception

                     "Creating the New Promise"




Have questions about Bronzeville International V? Contact Black Metropolis National Heritage Area Commission

When & Where


McCormick Place Convention Center
2300 South Martin Luther Kiing Jr Dr
West Building w192
Chicago, IL

Friday, August 22, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM (CDT)


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Organizer

Black Metropolis National Heritage Area Commission

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The Black Metropolis National Heritage Area Commission is a private 501c3 Illinois Nonprofit Corporation with the mission of securing the National Heritage Area designation as an Act of Congress.  The Commission consist of a twenty five member steering committee that oversees educational activities, community engagement, resource development and legislative advocacy to further this mission.  A Project Action Committee worked with the Chicago Metropolitan Area for Planning (CMAP) to complete the Black Metropolis National Heritage Area Feasibility Study.  The Commission is recognized as the "working committee" in the State of Illinois resolution for the 2016 Great Migration Centennial Commemorative Commission. 

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National Heritage Areas (NHAs) are designated by Congress as places where natural, cultural, and historic resources combine to form a cohesive, nationally important landscape. Through their resources,
NHAs tell nationally important stories that celebrate our nation's diverse heritage. NHAs are lived-in landscapes. Consequently, NHA entities collaborate with communities to determine how to make heritage relevant to local interests and needs.

NHAs are a grassroots, community-driven approach to heritage conservation and economic development. Through public-private partnerships, NHA entities support historic preservation, natural resource conservation, recreation, heritage tourism, and educational projects. Leveraging funds and long-term support for projects, NHA partnerships foster pride of place and an enduring stewardship ethic.

NHAs further the mission of the National Park Service (NPS) by fostering community stewardship of our nation's heritage. NHAs are not national park units. Rather, NPS partners with, provides technical assistance, and distributes matching federal funds from Congress to NHA entities. NPS does not assume ownership of land inside heritage areas or impose land use controls.

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