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Beyond The Walls Conference

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The National Congress on Faith and Social Justice is proud to present and bring "Beyond the Wall" Conference to the historical city of Tuskegee, Alabama Friday October, 26th 2018 through Sunday October, 28th 2018.

You are cordially invited to join us as we embark on a three-day conference to address the issues that affect the African American Community the most.

We are facing some harsh realities in America right now and we know that African-Americans are recipients of mass incarceration, affected by police misconduct and brutality as well as issues of being suppressed at the voter polls.

The National Congress on Faith and Social Justice ask the question where is God's people on this issue, and are looking to hear from the leaders of the faith community, the citizens and all individuals around the nation to ask where is faith in the fight.

We believe that as a National Organization we must continue to fight for all people wrongly maligned by ensuring the safety, integrity and justice for all people of color.

The Beyond the Walls Conference is just one of many steps that we will use to be able to engage the community by starting in the historical city of Tuskegee Alabama.

Tuskegee, Alabama is the home and birth place of Rosa Parks and so many others that fought for justice for people of color in the African American Community.

With the help of the faith movement change was inevitable, and once again we are finding ourselves in that same place of harsh realities.

The Annual conference will begin on Friday Oct 26th with the intention of fellowship and worship ending on Sunday October 28th with providing clear and practical solutions to the local and regional communities.

The weekend will include the following:

Friday October 26th 6-9 pm

Welcome and Occasion from National Director of The National Congress on Faith and Social Justice ( Dr.Jerome McCorry) at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Tuskegee Alabama

Saturday October 27th 9am - 4 pm( workshops)

Registration ,workshops, break out sessions and panel discussions led by National Congress members, Regional individuals and local and concerned citizens.


Premier of movie( Chapter and Verse) and discussion 6pm- 9 pm

Written and directed by the head of the Film School of Columbia University Professor Jamal Joseph( Key Note Speaker) who is an original member of the Black Panthers most notably known as (Panther 21). Held at Booker T Washington Highschool in Tuskegee, Al

Sunday October 28th 11 am- 2 pm

The conference will end with The Presidential Breakfast. Those who attend will be left with next steps for the National Organization as well as well as for their local community.

To receive tickets for attendance please pick your tickets below to register for event. Details of itenerary will be emailed directly after purchase.

We Thank you in advance.
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