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Black Immigration Network Kinship Assembly
Fri, Apr 8, 2016, 9:00 AM – Sun, Apr 10, 2016, 5:00 PM PDT
Join the Black Immigration Network
2016 Kinship Assembly
Black Love Beyond Borders
April 8-10, 2016
Holman United Methodist Church, Los Angeles, CA
Our 2016 Kinship Assembly theme is Black Love Beyond Borders. Since its founding, the Black Immigration Network (BIN) has served as a connecting, healing and strategy leading space where we challenge the "borders" separating people of the African diaspora, be they language, country of origin, faith traditions or identity; to build and cross bridges and unite our kinship. Black Love Beyond Borders also grounds us in the understanding that African descended people in the diaspora are connected and our struggle for liberation is taking place in a global context. View the program on www.BlackImmigration.net/conference
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- Participation in full conference program including plenaries, workshops and caucuses!
- Light breakfast & lunch reflecting various cuisines of the African diaspora!
- Daily transportation from conference hotel to conference venue
- Social reception with light hors d'oeuvres
Registration is $125 for Kinship members and organization member affiliates. General registration is $175. Not a member? Become a member of the BIN Kinship today at blackimmigration.net/membership/.
BIN has secured a block of rooms at the Radisson Midtown at USC - 3540 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90007. The discounted room rate is $179++ (taxes at 15.5%). Rooms are limited so make your reservations early.
Reservation will be made through individual call-in or online. The name of event is under “BIN- Black Immigration Network ” Guests may start making reservations with your personal access code “BIN” either online http://www.radisson.com/ or through Radisson central reservation by calling 800.333.3333.
What is the Black Immigration Network (BIN)?
The Black Immigration Network (BIN) is a Kinship of organizations and individuals connecting, training and building towards policy and cultural shifts for a racial justice and migrant rights agenda. The Kinship Assembly, known for its rich content and camaraderie, brings together leaders from organizations and programs that serve, organize in, advocate for, and/or provide research for African, Afro-Caribbean, Afro-Latino and African American communities in the United States and that are run by members of these communities. The 2016 Assembly will include compelling plenary sessions, enriching workshops on a variety of topics, relationship building opportunities and an empowering, uplifting and strengthening space.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For any questions, please contact Tia Oso, National Organizer and BIN Coordinator at Tia@BlackAlliance.org or Call 213-201-3782 Ext. 234.
Who can I contact regarding accessibility?
For disability accommodation requests and information, please contact Tia Oso by email at email@example.com. Please attempt to make your service request with as much advance notice as possible.
Will there be language access?
Translation services will be provided. Please indicate language accessibility needs when completing registration forms. Contact the conference coordinator at Tia@BlackAlliance.org with any questions.