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National Black Child Development Institute Holding Orlando Conference

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Hundreds of early education teachers, experts, advocates, policymakers, and caregivers from across the country will gather in Orlando, FL, from October 1-4.

 

By Jacob Engels

 

Central Florida will soon draw top national black leaders to a 3 day conference in early October. 

 

The event will feature keynote addresses, presentations, and panel discussions from global and national leaders, spanning a range of timely topics relating to education and advocacy, including: early childhood development, racial equity and criminal justice, fatherhood, and faith-community engagement.

 

In addition to nearly 100 workshops, speakers include Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, Nikki Giovanni, Marc Lamont Hill, Wade Henderson, David Johns, Janaye Ingram, Thabiti Boone, and Benjamin Crump.

 

You can learn more about the event by clicking here.

 

 

Jacob Engels, is the Founder of East Orlando Post & Seminole County Post. He is a seasoned political operative who has led numerous statewide political groups and has worked on several high-profile local, statewide, and national races. Jacob has been interviewed on national television & radio programs, with his work having been featured in the Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Washington Post, Miami Herald and other publications nationwide. He can be reached at info@eastorlandopost.com

 

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