First Annual Conference, Global Black Pride (GBP) “Honoring our Past, Securing our Future: Unapologetically Black” July 28-31, 2022
Global Black Pride is hosting its first Human Rights Conference in Toronto/Tkaronto, which in Kanien’kehá:ka means the place with the trees in the water, to pay respect to the Indigenous place name of the city of Toronto/Canada July28th-31st 2022 under the theme: “Our Fight For Human Rights”
We invite Black applicants who belong to one or more of the varied intersectional national and ethno-cultural groups across the African Continent and African Diasporic Unions with lived experiences of being racialized- as Black who is interested in participating in this event. GBP committee cordially invite you to submit abstract proposals for the conference. You can submit paper or panel abstracts, workshops, panel presentations, poster presentations, virtually or in-person is open until 13 May 2022 (midnight, EST). The call is for Black LGBTQI folks who would love to have their voices heard, speak on lived experiences or even share skills. We recognize the challenges of enslavement and decolonization of people of Indigenous African globally. To this end we are encouraging Trans, gender-diverse, non-binary people, activists, storytellers, persons with disabilities and elders to attend. We strive to host an inclusive and accessible event that enables everyone to participate and engage fully.
Interested candidates should submit their applications by May 20th 2022 at 11:59 PM AST