July 13-17, 2024

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Annual Convention

The NAACP National Convention is an empowering and immersive experience held each year to celebrate our community's collective power. This annual event attracts innovative change-makers, thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, scholars, entertainers, influencers, and creatives to network and exchange ideas.

  • Main stage discussions: Engage in thought-provoking conversations with prominent figures on pressing issues impacting the Black community.
  • Luncheons: Connect with fellow attendees over delicious meals and meaningful dialogue.
  • The experience hall: Explore a vibrant space showcasing diverse businesses, organizations, and initiatives committed to social justice and community development.
  • Workshops and panels: Deepen your knowledge and acquire practical skills on a range of topics related to activism, advocacy, and personal development.
  • Entertainment: Immerse yourself in cultural performances and celebrate Black excellence through music, dance, and spoken word.
  • Networking opportunities: Build lasting connections with individuals and organizations working to create a more just and equitable society.

Who Should Attend:

  • Activists and advocates
  • Community leaders and organizers
  • Educators and students
  • Entrepreneurs and business owners
  • Artists and creatives
  • Anyone passionate about social justice and equality

What You Will Learn:

  • Be inspired and empowered: Hear from inspiring speakers and engage in discussions that will challenge you to think critically and envision a brighter future for the Black community.
  • Gain knowledge and skills: Develop your understanding of critical issues and acquire practical tools to become a more effective advocate and leader.
  • Connect with others: Expand your network and build valuable relationships with like-minded individuals and organizations.
  • Celebrate Black excellence: Immerse yourself in a vibrant environment that celebrates the rich culture, achievements, and contributions of the Black community.
  • Take action for change: Leave feeling motivated and equipped to take concrete steps towards creating a more just and equitable society.