The National Black Workers Center Project (NBWCP) will host the first-ever Working While Black Expo
, a national convening focused on addressing the workplace challenges unique to Black workers. Coppin State University in Baltimore will host the event on Saturday and Sunday August 24 and 25. The purpose of the expo is to train, educate, and share innovative approaches to mobilization and organizing; view the full agenda
The NBWCP is also aiming to reignite the conversations about race, civil rights, and labor activism not seen or heard since the 60s. The expo will feature hundreds of veteran political and labor activists, artists, environmental warriors, and provide an experience that transfers skills, promotes a love of learning and Black culture, and fosters community engagement and collaboration.
Registration for the event is $15-$25. The two-day event takes place in the Physical Education Complex at Coppin State University; 2500 W North Ave Baltimore, Maryland.