NATIONAL REPARATIONS SUMMIT 2021

REGISTER NOW
November 5th, 6th & 7th. Times TBA
THE ATLANTA UNIVERSITY CENTER, ATLANTA, GEORGIA

Please join the National Reparations Institute Inc, for its second annual Mrs. Callie House and Dr. Imari A. Obadele national NDABA (Great Gathering) on Friday, November 5th thru Sunday November 7th, 2021. Now is the time to consolidate the reparations movement,  control our own narrative,  adopt the National Reparations Declaration, and publish policy reports and recommendations.

Student/Youth - $10

(Virtual/On Site All 3-days)

General Admission - $20

(Virtual/On site All 3-days)

Organizations - $40

(One Representative and One Alternate)
(Virtual/On site All 3-days)

“If political unity can be used at times on the same project, with the same tactics and strategies, with the same resources that is unity in the most powerful form. But wisdom must decide when operational unity or political unity is best. This is the reason for an occasional summit, Ndaba or a Great Sitting Down.”
Dr. Ronald H. Walters

This in-person and virtual Ndaba will be different from other summits on reparations in four ways:

1. The purpose of the Ndaba is to make reparations a reality for Blacks in America by 2026.
 
2. Rather than speeches and presentations, the three days will consist of plenary sessions and select       committees that will produce reports and policy recommendations within the areas of: Education and Culture, Economic Development and Investments, Land and State Acquisition, Public and Mental Health, and Legislation and Public Policy.

3. A cross-section of the nation’s leading Black reparationists, Black cultural leaders, Black activists, Black youth and Black scholars reflecting diverse theological, political and philosophical ideology will participate (no schism or exclusion).

4. With such diversity in thought, we will utilize the Collective Culture Model to ground us in the actual process and methodology. Reparations will happen as soon as we are able to consolidate and secure the efforts of our existing leaders and organizations within economics, education, culture, sociology, public policy and spirituality.

Please prepare yourself to be a part of the 2021 Ndaba by selecting one representative and two alternates from your organization to participate in this three day historic gathering.