Reverend Al Sharpton Leads the "State of Black Culture" National Dialogue and Calls for All of Us To Be Our Best Selves
National Coalition of Black Meeting Professionals Leads a Nationwide Conversation on the State of Black Culture on July 23, 2020
"Courageous conversations like this is what our organization was built on," states Jason Dunn, Sr., Chairman of NCBMP. "Tourism plays a significant component to the growth of the nation's economic ecosystem, which in turn, impacts the economy and our culture. We believe that tourism empowers communities and culture. Our conversation on July 23rd will be rooted in empowerment as well as work to uplift, and ultimately, ignite action."
Founded in 1983, NCBMP is a non-profit organization dedicated to the training, career development, and advancement of African American meeting planners and hospitality professionals. Members of NCBMP include meeting planners from numerous businesses, civil rights, religious, and fraternal organizations, as well as those who represent hotels, convention bureaus, city government officers, airlines and other suppliers who offer services to the meeting, convention, and hospitality community. NCBMP also advocates for equity in the hospitality and travel sectors.
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"The 'State of Black Culture' presents a unique opportunity for businesspeople, entrepreneurs, and those who wish to support the Black ecosystem to learn how they can lift our nation as a whole," states Eric Kearney, President and CEO of the African American Chamber of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
NCBMP will leverage and promote this tremendous impact by African Americans at their "State of Black Culture" event on July 23, 2020. The event's featured speakers include:
Call to Action Keynote Speaker:
The "State of Black Culture" is co-presented by the African American Chamber of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. The event partners include VIBE Cincinnati, Cincy Soul, the Cincinnati Music Festival, and regmatch. For more information and to register for this free event, visit www.ncbmp.com.
The National Coalition of Black Meeting Professionals (NCBMP), founded in 1983, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the training needs of Black hospitality professionals, and those who support Black meetings and events. Since its founding, NCBMP has made a significant impact in the hospitality community by advocating for equity and helping members maximize their ROI.
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