ATLANTA – Kicking off the 19th session of the Black African Holocaust Conference Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 19-21, 2010 will be the BAHC’s first-ever legacy dinner honoring the works and accomplishments of activists, comedians Dick Gregory and Paul Mooney as well as Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless directors Afemo and Elisabeth Omilami. Doors open at 7PM with proceedings to begin at 7:30PM Sharp.
The evening’s Master of Ceremonies is Wanique Khemi-Tehuti Shabazz, of Melanin 6 Productions, and Director ofOperations for WRFG radio in Atlanta, GA.
Saturday and Sunday wil consists of workshops, lectures and keynote presentations from some of the worlds most reknown scholars in blackhistory, cultureand thought. Some of the uests include Dr. Runoko Rashidi, Drs. Merira and Ashra Kwesi.
The Black African Holocaust Conference is sponsored by The Black African Holocaust Council (BAHC). Founded in 1991, The BAHC is an action-research group dedicated to documenting the liberation struggles of Blacks, Latinos and Indigenous peoples worldwide, via the proper dissemination of information.