2020 5th Annual Black Sustainability Summit 2020 5th Annual Black Sustainability Summit

Date


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Location

Online Event

Schedule

Friday, October 23, 2020

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Welcome - Opening Session: Sustainability from Pan-Afrikan Context

Sustainability from Pan-Afrikan Context. Join us as we welcome everyone and set the tone for what to expect throughout the next few days.

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Young Black & Green Voices
Ahsir Asar
Ahsir Asar
Black Intelligence Agency (BIA)
Chase-Jamison Spears
Chase-Jamison Spears
Roots Collective
Maikailuh DuVall
Maikailuh DuVall
Rootz Collective

Hear presentations from our youth and solutions they have for our people to move closer and closer to sovereignty.  Tune in and support their courage and passion!

Each presentation is in 30 minute segments within 1:30pm-2:30pm. Please check our schedule for specific details

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Incorporating The Four Sustainable Pillars of the Black Intelligence Agency
Ahsir Asar
Ahsir Asar
Black Intelligence Agency (BIA)

There are 4 major pillars incorporated into the foundation of the Black Intelligence Agency that will assist both children and adults in developing their higher selves. This workshop will dive into the further meaning of how espionage, metaphysics, physical conditioning and Afrikan studies can enhance our power around the world. Live Q&A to follow.

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Creating Physical and Mental Security through Collectives
Chase-Jamison Spears
Chase-Jamison Spears
Roots Collective
Maikailuh DuVall
Maikailuh DuVall
Rootz Collective

This workshop will feature stories of Black youth faced with food insecurity and the innovative solutions they have created in response. Through the use of interviews and storytelling, we have been able to highlight the issue and its side effects as well as a powerful possible solution. This process focuses on mental health within the younger generations and their personal activism. We find that sustainable collectives can drive the youth and the Afrikan diaspora as a whole as we step into the future.  

Attendees will 

1. Understand the impact of current events on Black youth 

2. Explore the connection between mental wellbeing and food security and 

3. Hear youth-driven, sustainable, collective / mutual aid systems solutions (ex. Uprisings, food distributions)

California, USA, North America

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Art for Social Transformation

This presentation provides a historical overview of the importance of artists imbedding indigenous culture in development projects. Learn about the annual global ARTIZEN conference, this year in Tanzania, and engage in a discussion around sustainable development through a Creative lens and the value of intentionally bringing the traditional Artist Class to decision making tables.

You will walk away knowing how to connect with ARTIZEN Artprenuers from various art sectors and countries, have a greater appreciation of the Imagination of Youth to solve social challenges through art, and learning of a few Case Studies regarding Arts integration into Sustainable Development.

Before our session, check out a few supporting links from Presenter Kim Poole here:

https://mbararanews.co.ug/inspirational-how-art-saved-beatboxs-life-and-his-fathers-land/
Http://BIT.LY/ARTIZEN2020

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Wholistic Health & Balance Panel
Marina Olokun
Marina Olokun
Return of the Goddess
Wekesa Madzimoyo
Wekesa Madzimoyo
AYA Educational Institute, Co-Director
Omolewa Entheogenic Midwife
Omolewa Entheogenic Midwife
Sweet Serenity Co.

You will hear from three dynamic healers in our communities and learn about their work, how you can take your health in your hands and practical guidelines for you on your journey. 

Heaven Earth & Humanity in Harmony  + Sister Marina Olokun: Hear from the apprentice of the late and great Dr. Sebi, Marina Olokun, on ancestral healing, steps one can take to find balance and re-energize themselves. She will introduce attendees to various methods and systems one can use to deepen their level of knowledge and steps to take to be completely balanced inside and out. Eating a well-balanced diet and exercising on a regular basis is essential to good health. Including more alkaline foods in your diet increase the alkaline content in the blood, which decreases the acid content. A more alkaline blood pH helps protect healthy cells and balance essential mineral levels. Alkaline diets protect bone density and muscle mass, lowering the risk of chronic pain and inflammation and improving immune function. Many high-alkaline foods are a delicious contribution to a healthy body.

Walk away knowing: 

  • Basic foods and herbs for survival
  • How to Upgrade our frequency based on herbal compounds 
  • Cellular cleaning
  • Conscious Alchemy

Baba Wekesa Madzimoyo: Baba Wekesa is a proud husband, father, grandfather committed to supporting our people's journey to health as warriors, healers and builders. Known for WHB's Healing Oppressions Wounds healthy and emotionally authentic communication tools - he most recently had 100% blockage in his heart and is joining us to share his most recent research on heart health, alternatives to western medicine and provide practical next steps. Learn how you can walk this path with him to heal both your communication AND body.


Sister Omolewa Entheogenic Midwife: Omolewa is a loving Mother, Holistic Massage Therapist, Birth Doula, Midwives Assistant, Placenta Alchemist and Sacred Psychedelic Therapist. Through this healing work she has cultivated her ancestral and spiritual gifts as womb worker, keeper of ancient plant medicine, sacred ceremonies and women's Blood mysteries. 

Walk away knowing:

  • What Entheogens are 
  • How Entheogens impact our overall quality of Living
  • 3. Who Kilindi is


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Do It Ourselves: Sovereignty 101 for Our Youth
Njideka Karmo
Njideka Karmo
Fawohodie Sua

DIO Youth Class "Do It Ourselves (DIO): This Workshop will introduce to our Youth fundamental concepts and aspects of Afrikan Abibifahodie (Independence) and Collective Self-sufficiency, along with a few DIO (Do It Ourselves) survival skills. 

1. Attendees will be able to identify the Key Components to Survival
2. Youth (and any Adults tuning in) will be able to identify their interconnected role & responsibility to themselves, Family, Community and Nation
3. Youth (and any Adults tuning in) will be able to understand the basic concepts of Sustainability, Afrikan Sovereignty and Infrastructure
4. Youth (and any Adults tuning in) will learn a few survival skills, using household items

Georgia, USA, North America

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Homeschooling Panel
Queen Taese
Queen Taese
Liberated Minds Black Homeschool & Education Institute
Khadijah Z. Ali-Coleman
Khadijah Z. Ali-Coleman
Black Family Homeschool Educators & Scholars, Co-founder

"ONLY A FOOL WOULD LET HIS ENEMY EDUCATE HIS CHILDREN." - Omowale  El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz

We are the Black educators— and we must ensure the future of our people by preparing seven generations in the future. Join two dynamic women who have been homeschool leaders for years, pre-COVID. Learn tips, strategies, ways to stay motivated and encourage, and connect with their networks as you and your family walk the path to educate our children.  

Dr. Ali-Coleman 

The Positive Impact of Homeschooling Black Children

Dr. Ali-Coleman's 2020 dissertation "Dual Enrolled African American Homeschooled Students' Perceptions of Preparedness for Community College" studied the experiences of eight (8) African American children who were homeschooled while dual-enrolled in community college. Through this study, the researcher identified 5 Indicators of College Preparedness for Black children, one being the significant role of cultural identity and awareness.  

Participants will 

1. Learn the ways homeschooling impacts the way Black children feel about themselves and interact with the world around them; 

2. Learn the different ways that Black parents homeschool; 

3. Receive tips on how to begin their homeschooling practice.

Maryland, USA, North America


Queen Taese

Homeschooling: Mastering the Mindset To Rear Sustainable Thinkers

Join Queen Taese, the Queen of Black Homeschooling, as she shares practical tools, tips, and mind expansion exercises that will leave you feeling confident and competent on your homeschool journey. Whether you are homeschooling by design, by default or simply just contemplating the possibility, you will begin to see the power of your mindset and how it has the ability to create the prosperous reality you desire. 

This workshop will reshape your thinking around the necessary curriculum that is needed to cultivate happy and healthy children who live in their divine purpose and contribute to the healing and sustainability of our community. In order to reap the real wealth for generations to come, we must invest in our children. Our culture is our cure!

Georgia, USA, North America

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PAFM: Global Governance for Afrikan People

Tune in to learn more about the Pan-Afrikan Federalist Movement by one of the youth leaders! 

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FRIDAY MIXER & CELEBRATION

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Family, friends, attendees and associates, join us Friday evening as we honor our Sister Ena Njideka!! She is a committed warrior mama and is headed to Ghana, West Africa to repatriate. We want to praise her for all her tireless effort, unwavering commitment to independent Afrikan centered schools, educating our youth, supporting our organizations as a volunteer and giving more than most paid staff at times! When she shows up, she shows out and she does it in hand with her daughter, Saadaya. 

If time permits, there will be music, networking and building to follow the celebration. Please join us as we honor her work and send a love offering so she has a solid start when she touches down. 

THIS IS A FREE EVENT!!

Saturday, October 24, 2020

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Wastewater Treatment and Sanitation in Rwanda

Wastewater Treatment and Sanitation in Rwanda

The presentation will include an overview of wastewater, sanitation systems, the importance of wastewater treatment in Rwanda. It will also provide an introduction to what is currently lacking and service chain. Attendees will learn why sanitation is important for human health and environmental protection especially in urban areas like Kigali City. Tune in to learn key terminology and concepts used in the systems approach to environmental sanitation. 

Walk away being able to:

1. Identify the required information for the design and selection of technologies.

2. Understand management and planning approaches that help ensure sustainable solutions.

3. Know the existing options of sanitation systems and technologies in Rwanda.

4. Understand which systems and technologies are most appropriate in different urban and peri-urban context.

5. Understand about the range of products that are necessary to consider in sanitation planning.

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Ghana's Agriculture: To Remain Sustainable or Not?
Kwame Owusu
Kwame Owusu
NIA OT FOODS LIMITED

This presentation will review the state of agriculture in Ghana by one of Ghana's leading youth agriculturalists. Learn about the problems, prospects and the call to action if we want to see the country succeed. As you hear the challenges and opportunities, Kwame will share his work on a solution, Nia OT Foods' Moringa Agroforestry project. Learn about the design, approach, the impact and long term vision for agroforestry in the region where he resides and the basic needs to scale. 

Ghana, West Africa

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African-American Land History, Disconnection, (re)Connection & Ethic
Uriah Yisrael
Uriah Yisrael
Hidden History Publishers
Ebonie Alexander
Ebonie Alexander
Black Family Land Trust, Executive Director

Join this dual presentation by Brother Uriah Yisrael and Sister Ebonie Alexander as they provide context to our connection to the land and our rich history. 

Brother Uriah will focus on Historical Black Townships and our Agricultural Connection. 

Seeds of Sovereignty - Uriah Yisrael

The True History of Our Connection to American Agriculture.  Learn the hidden history of Black Townships, and our innovations in agriculture!

Sister Ebonie will focus on our Land Ethic as a people and why Land Trusts are viable options to preserve our land.

The African-American Land Ethic - Ebonie Alexander

Learn what the African-American Land Ethic, what you can do with a land trust, understand the challenges and opportunities for the next generation re: land transfer. Land is an asset, a performing asset. We MUST keep it and keep it in large quantities.


This session is a great ourstorical perspective of African-American ties to the land and a great vision for where we can go. Be sure to tune in to other sessions by brothers and sisters around the globe for a clear view of where we are as a collective people and our relationship to land and stewardship. 

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Becoming Your Own Advocate: NRCS Navigation
Russell Bean
Russell Bean
Tuskegee University, Resource Specialist

This workshop will discuss how you can become your own advocate as you get your farm business started. Learn how to use the new NRCS portal step-by-step and learn how to ask the right questions, build relationships and learn who to call so you can get your tunnel house, well and many other farm needs utilizing the NRCS cost share programs. Black Farmers & Growers are still having issues in 2020 - Lets get you qualified! 

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Utilizing Genealogy to Locate & Build Diasporic African Communities
Drake Reed
Drake Reed
Sankofa Exchange

Genealogy/Education. Tune in and learn the 1. importance of your African name, 2. Importance of knowing your ancestors' hometown and 3. the difference between DNA vs Genealogy.

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Importance of Identity in Pan African Unity
James Small
James Small
African American Management Co. Ghana Ltd

Join Baba Small as he clearly discusses why knowing the history of an Ethnic group strengthens Pan Africanism. Attendees will learn the Importance of OurStory/History, the necessity of group identity and  eco-politico-culture building.

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Black Supply Chain, Hemp & Policy
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T.Kay Hamlin
Hemp Research Group
Scheril Murray Powell, Esq
Scheril Murray Powell, Esq
Green Sustainable Strong, LLC, Founder and President
William Rennalls
William Rennalls
Emerald Waste Industries Masterlube and Lubehaus Distributors, CEO
Jehuti Willis
Jehuti Willis
The People's Power Company

Join for a non-traditional presentation and panel discussion around hemp, value added supply chain and the complex conversation about where we stand as business owners and being unapologetic about our BLACK & GREEN supply chain!

Scheril is a hemp researcher, attorney and policy advocate for Black farmers - focusing on hemp and cannabis. 

Jehuti is a staunch proponent for an all Black/Afrikan supply chain. 

Sister T.Kay is a serial entrepreneur and focuses on Value Added products. 

Sister TK kicks it off with a presentation about the importance of reactivating land assets, applying forest management practices, small business innovation research and learn the role Black land owners should play as suppliers. And Scheril & Jehuti round it out with policy, strategy and working toward an all Black supply chain. 

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Building Land Ownership: An Agricultural and Investment Perspective
Bobby Wilson
Bobby Wilson
Metro Atlanta Urban Farms (MAUF)

Join Mr. Bobby Wilson of Metro Atlanta Urban Farms & Brother TJ Loftin for a panel discussion on investing in land. 

From land management, reassessing the concept of debt for sustainable agriculture to acquiring the land needed to create communities we desire. 


“TJ” Loftin: Building Black Ownership through Land Development 

“TJ” Loftin is a multidimensional global business leader, Real Estate Investment Coach, Celebrity Car Builder, Public Speaker and Author. 

TJ’s platform is educating black businesses around the world on emerging business and real estate trends including economic opportunities presented by crisis like COVID-19.


Bobby Wilson: Dissolving the Myth: Agricultural Ownership IS Possible

Mr. Wilson will share the work he has done building up the 8 acre agricultural hub, The Metro Atlanta Urban Farm. You may not have the funds to purchase what you want, but you can leverage 'debt/loans' to invest in one of the greatest assets, land. Rethink debt as a concept in this society and learn from a seasoned agriculturalist how to turn land investments into a performing asset AND food hub.  


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H2O: Water IS Life Panel
Moses West
Moses West
AWG Contracting, LLC
Afia Zakiya, PhD
Afia Zakiya, PhD
African Heritage Studies Association, Vice President
Naomi Davis
Naomi Davis
Blacks In Green (BIG)
William Rennalls
William Rennalls
Emerald Waste Industries Masterlube and Lubehaus Distributors, CEO
Darrell Robinson
Darrell Robinson
BioMedVerse LLC

Hear from global leaders on water as a resource, the state of clean water, what you need to know and how to prepare as winter approaches, practical steps to secure clean, potable, natural water and store it for your family. The time is now to strategize. 

Learn from: 

Moses West, AWG Contracting
Naomi Davis, founder of Blacks In Green (BIG)
Afia Zakiya, PhD, Blacks In Green (BIG)
William Rennalls, Timeless Herbal Care
Darrell Robinson, BioMedVerse, LLC


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The Future of Water Technology Food and Energy
Moses West
Moses West
AWG Contracting, LLC

Remember when Flint had the water crisis? Remember when they could not find a solution beyond everyone shipping single use plastic water bottles? Do you recall the Brother who showed up and BUILT a solution for the people that created safe drinkable water out of thin air? 

Yes, this is THAT brother's session. Join engineer Moses West for an interactive session where you will learn about advanced water technology, renewable energy and food production off grid. Attendees will also learn about Economic, Social and Environmental Capital gains with the use of renewable water technology.

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Afrikan Family Lifestyle: Preparedness and a Daily Life Practice to move towards Maroonage
T'Shango Mbilishaka
T'Shango Mbilishaka
Re-awakening the African Genius Mind

Afrikan Family Lifestyle: Preparedness and a Daily Life Practice to move towards Maroonage 

Amilcar Cabral stated, "You measure a people's potential for liberation based on how different their culture is from that of their oppressors." Culture is composed of daily habits. A people who are being warred upon must have daily habits to protect themselves and move them towards liberation. This presentation is an introduction to a way of being that will move us toward sovereignty. It presents simple things we can be doing everyday. Are our families learning to purify and store water, grow food, identify food in nature, heal using herbs, and train in self-defense?; basically all the things a real education would teach us if it were about self-reliance and self-sufficiency instead of dependence on the state.

This presentation will provide attendees with the following information:

1.    Families will learn codes they must have with the members  of their family in case of a fire, home invasion, sexual predators and natural disaster. Families will also learn alternative communication systems besides cell phone and internet and how to build grab and go bags with the best supplies that have been tested.

2.    Families will develop a plan to learn how to purify and store water, grow food, identify food in nature, heal using herbs, and train self-defense; basically all the things a real education would teach us if it were about self-reliance and self-sufficiency instead of dependence on the state.

3.    Families will learn the basics of self-awareness and home defense as well as how to boost their immune systems and be happier. Stress kills.

4.    Families will identify historical precedents they must study to prepare for the future.

Sunday, October 25, 2020

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Preserving Culture and Building Community
Anthony Ireland
Anthony Ireland
Moore Town Maroon Granny Nanny Cultural Group, Spokesperson

Learn how we the decedents of Queen Nanny have been working to preserve our Maroon culture in Moore Town, Portland Parrish, Jamaica by engaging the youth in community development projects. As recipients of the 2020 Black Sustainability Network's RBG Impact Fund, we will highlight how this contribution will be used for our new building and other plans delayed by the pandemic.

Attendees will learn:

1) the history of our Jamaican Maroon community,
2) the challenges and benefits of preserving culture, youth engagement, community development, and environmental conservation,
3) how to create jobs and financial sustainability efforts to maintain a community and/or expand to other areas.

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Palenque: Remaining Sovereign in 2020 (Presentation in Spanish)

Desde 1713 hasta 2020 aprenda la historia no contada de un palenquero e historiador fenomenal. Presentación en español. La comunidad afroamericana / afroamericana de Palenque San Basilio es la comunidad cimarrona más reconocida de Colombia. Aprenda cómo continúan viviendo de manera sostenible.

From 1713 to 2020 learn the untold history from Palenquero and phenomenal historian, Ronal. Presentation in Spanish. The free-black/Afrikan community of Palenque San Basilio is the most renowned maroon community in Colombia learn how they continue to live sustainably.

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Integrating Family into the Ag Supply Chain

Join Mississippi based farmer and educator as she discusses how to build from our ancestors' traditional legacy farm model to modern methodologies to engage family, extended family, and youth in the agriculture supply chain. Attendees will learn the following: 1. How to prep your farm to become a sustainable farm 2. Engaging your children in agriculture not just as laborers but entrepreneurs 3. Value-added and the Ag supply chain

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My Feelings, My Flow, My Money!
Afiya Madzimoyo
Afiya Madzimoyo
AYA Educational Institute

Participants explore how our feelings affect our decisions regarding money and just how we even relate to money. Also, how we relate to our value and worth play a part. WHB (Warrior / Healer / Builder) tools are introduced with the intent of the participants seeing how they will prove useful in their navigating money. 1.) How our relationships with money make sense given our (Black people's) injected oppression; 2.) How our emotions matter greatly in our dealings with money and the benefit of our clarity emotionally; 3.) How application of WHB tools will be useful financially.

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Being Green in a Not So Green World
Jessica Lewis
Jessica Lewis
MOBU Enterprises

We will describe the use of containers in construction along with other green practices and how it can lower the environmental impact and aid in the improvement of health who reside in those structures. Attendees will learn 1. Why the use of containers will be the future of construction 2. Why and how to use green practices in construction and 3. How to envelope sustainability practices with construction.

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Saving, Protecting & Reviving Black Land
K. Rashid Nuri
K. Rashid Nuri
The Nuri Group
Shirley Sherrod
Shirley Sherrod
New Communities
Jewell Bean
Jewell Bean
Tuskegee University
Russell Bean
Russell Bean
Tuskegee University, Resource Specialist

Been There, Done That, Moving Forward: Saving, Protecting & Reviving Black Land.

Join us for a discussion with our elders and seasoned community/land developers on how to procure, save and revive the land. 

This session will be moderated by Tenisio Seanima of Nature's Candy Farms

Do you or your family have land that was passed down and you have no idea what to do with it? 

Shirley Sherrod, Frank Taylor and Tiare Trodman can tell you how Black people have lost the land & had it stolen while giving you practical steps on how to save it. From Discriminatory Practices, Heirs property, Land Trusts, LLC's, to New Communities!

Did you purchase over an acre of land or a few homes on the block to create your own reality, food security and/or safe space?

K. Rashid Nuri and both Jewell & Russell Bean will speak with you about practical strategies to revive the land, avoid pitfalls and share their land management success and learnings. 

If you are creating a farm, homestead, off-grid community or simply want to learn, tune in with questions and get advice from those of us who have been there, done that, know the better path to take and can provide solid advice along your journey. 

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Building Black Co-ops
Iyegbah Angela Dawson
Iyegbah Angela Dawson
Forty Acre Co-op, President/CEO
Abiodun Henderson
Abiodun Henderson
The Come Up Project

Iyegbah Angela Dawson: Building a National Black Co-op

40 Acres and the journey of building the first national black cooperative in 2020. Attendees learn successful models of cooperative building; how black people can leverage the co-op model to gain economic independence; and how cooperative agriculture can unite Afrikans across the diaspora! Learn how to join this national coop.

Abiodun Henderson: Building a Black Worker Owned Coop

Gangstas to Growers is a worker-owned, unapologetic coop that provides work opportunities for at-risk and formerly incarcerated youth in underserved communities. The goal is to prevent former offenders from returning to incarceration through dynamic programming, agribusiness and a value-added product that ensures they do not become one of the over 50% of the youth that returns within three years of release. Join this session to learn what they are doing, why they selected a coop model, how you can support our youth and possibly grab a bottle of SweetSol!!

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Funding, Resources & Support for Black People in Sustainability
Jacqueline Bouvier Copeland, PhD
Jacqueline Bouvier Copeland, PhD
The WISE Fund, Founder, CEO
Valerie Hill Rawls
Valerie Hill Rawls
EcoWomanist Institute, Co-Visionary, Founder
Cicely Garrett
Cicely Garrett
EcoWomanist Institute

The WISE Fund

Black Funding Matters: Sustaining our Community #BPM365

Black funding involves relying on community know-how and resources first, while also holding society accountable for equity. The presentation will explore the Black Philanthropy Month ethic of self-reliance to build and sustain our communities and our planet for generations to come.


EcoWomanist Institute

Increasing the inclusion, ecological awareness, and environmental leadership of Black women within the ecospirituality and ecojustice narratives. 

This workshop will introduce summit attendees to EcoWomanist Institutes mission and founders as well as the Institute's programs and services to heal minds, bodies, and spirits from the social, economic, and environmental injustices that Black women face in their daily lives. The Institute creates a safe space for “kitchen table talk,” so African American women can voice their joys, concerns, challenges, and visions for their work in the fields of ecological and social justice. EWI will also announce an exciting opportunity to join the EWI Emerging Leader & Mentorship Program.

https://www.ecowomanist.org/

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KASI: Sustainable Community Development in Ghana
Cashawn Myers
Cashawn Myers
HABESHA, Inc.

As we close our annual summit, here is a sneak peek at where we will be next year July 2021! 

Tune in to learn about HABESHA Foundation's work to develop the Kweku Andoh Sustainabiity Institute in Ghana. Mark your calendars and get your systems ready to travel with us for our upcoming summit and KASI's grand opening. 

Brother Cashawn will walk you through the space, techniques, solid contractors and the basics of what you will need, professionals/experts that are crucial to community development projects and welcoming those of you who want to travel with us next year to the 6th Annual Black Sustainability Summit. 

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Renewable Energy Panel

WE are the renewable energy needed to create sustainable communities! Tune in to hear presentations from three women who are pushing the line on energy access, global development and renewable sources of energy. 

You will walk away knowing how to calculate your maximum daily load, what resources you can leverage to decrease the energy burden on your home and what it takes to solarize your residential OR commercial property. 


This session is moderated by Cosco Jones.

Schedule

Schedule

Friday, October 23, 2020

Saturday, October 24, 2020

9:30 AM

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12:00 PM

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6:05 PM

7:00 PM