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Festival Day

The Harvest Festival Day is a day in which we celebrate the exceptionality of Native Black people. A national collective event to show that that our group is strong and we demand recognition for our exceptionality.

"After 460 years of slavery and being the nation's official underclass, it is now time for Black America to unite to build prosperous and competitive communities based on their exceptionality as a race and PowerNomics® principles."

- Dr. Claud Anderson

When: August 10, 2019

Location: Chuck Brown Park

Address: 2901 20th St NE, Washington, DC 20018

Duration: 10:00 am until

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Harvest Day DC
Saturday, August 10th 2019

10 AM – 7 PM  – Vendors, Open BBQ Picnic, Music thru out the Day, Free Children’s Back to School Packs
12 PM – 1:30 PM – Open Mic Poetry Contest – $100.00 Prize
1:30 PM – 5 PM – Speakers and Guest begin at 1:30 pm  (Not in Speaking Order)
Dr. Claud Anderson, Founder Powernomics Principles
Jerroll Sanders, President ONUS, Inc, Proposer of Uniform Reporting Law Enforcement Improvement Act (URLEIA)
Monica Williams, One Million Conscious & Contentious Black Voters
Kimberly Collins, African American Studies, Morgan State Universirty
Tim Rah, The Peoples Health Initiative
John Cheeks, Proposer of the DC Recovery Act
Big Sam, Red Tails Aviation Organization
Dr. Donald Evans, Founder NAAFRA Organization (Live/Video Stream)
Molly Bell (Live/Video Stream)
Haki Ammi, Success Scholar
Freedom Paper, Rep
Paula Goddard, Literacy for Nation Building
Personal Reflections from Community
4 PM – 5 PM – Raffle Winners Announcement – Egypt on the Potomac Tickets Announced
5 PM – 7PM – Open Time, Open-Mic Networking Announcements, Vending, Food, Music until Closing