NAN 25th Annual Convention Featuring Democratic Presidential Candidates

April 9, 2016

Al-SharptonNational Action Network (NAN), the leading civil rights organization founded by Reverend Al Sharpton, will host its 25th annual convention in New York from April 13th-16th at the Sheraton Hotel, 811 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10019. The convention is free and open to the public but registration is required and select events are ticketed. 

As NAN celebrates its 25th year, the annual national convention will welcome both Democratic presidential candidates, Secretary Hillary Clinton (April 13th) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (April 14th).

Also attending will be members of President Barack Obama’s cabinet and leaders from a wide range of areas including civil rights, government and business. Delegates will hear about a range of issues impacting civil rights including the 2016 presidential election, police and community relations, education, housing, employment, health care, immigration, and much more. The annual “Keepers of the Dream Awards” will highlight the program on April 14th.

For more information on the convention please visit:

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