Friday (3/23): Welcome reception (7–9pm)

  • Welcome
    • SUNO Conference Center
      Location: 6400 Press Drive
      Address: Dr. Clyde Robertson of the Center for African & African-American Studies 
    • TEDN Welme
      Address: TEDN Co-founder/leader Angela Kinlaw
      Introductions from TEDN Leadership
      Video of TEDN work 
  • Meet & Greet: Informal Mixer w/ light refreshments

Saturday (3/24): Share & Collaborate

  • 8:00—8:45am: Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • 8:45am: Welcome 
  • 9:00—10:30am: Organizing Session I—Lessons Learned (90m)
  • 10:30am—11:00am: Break
  • 11:00—12:30pm: Organizing Session II— Challenges Ahead (90m)
    • Connecting: How to forge a network
    • State Legislative Preemption: How to Combat it
    • Finances: How to fund the movement 
  • 12:30—1:30pm: Lunch 
  • 1:30—2:45pm: Action Planning
  • 3:00—5:00pm Hidden History Tour
  • 5:00—6:30pm: Refreshments & Tour Talkback 
  • 7:00—8:30pm: Lecture Series
    • TEDN Intro (Leadership) 
    • TEDN Video 
    • Organizers Speak Out: Cities represent their movements!
    • Keynote Speaker (tentative)
    • Q&A from the public

Sunday (3/25): Action @ 10am

Attendees will be invited to put their shared knowledge and experience to use, to leave the meeting room and hit the streets together for a daytime action.