Welcome to the Black Sustainability Summit, hosted by Sustainable Community Solutions Network. We are committed to developing sustainable learning communities for people of Afrikan descent and have worked with all of our presenters to offer the online component of the summit to our community FREE OF CHARGE for the past three years.
Our goal is to assist others in creating communities dedicated to returning to the ways of our Ancestors by living in harmony with nature, growing our own food and using the natural energies of air,
fire, water and the earth to thrive.
We invite you to join us on our mission to:
mobilize committed Afrikan people,
implement skills and,
pool our resources to build sustainable communities throughout the Afrikan diaspora and on the continent.
We look forward to building interrelationships between Blacks/Afrikans living in or working to create sustainable communities with novices, intermediate level and advanced level attendees willing and ready to create or become a part of a sustainable community. This summit will bridge the communication gap between those Afrikans already working in sustainable communities globally.
Our goal is to connect all of the work being done around the globe to improve Black/Afrikan communities. If you know of an organization, group or collective doing solid work, please share this site and encourage them to join our network so we can amplify our work. Discretion is taken on sharing sensitive information so rest assured our collective will honor your requests to publicly or privately share your information.
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How The Online Summit Works
SAVE THE DATES
10/4 - 10/8
CHECK ONLINE PRESENTATION TIMES
IN-PERSON WORKSHOP TIMES
ATTEND SUMMIT IN ATLANTA
ACCESS THE SUMMIT FROM YOUR COMPUTER OR PHONE
OF YOUR CHOICE
The Black Sustainability Summit Aims To
1) Connect local communities and their respective initiatives with global initiatives and other like-minded Afrikans.
Collective work and unity is key!
2) Exchange information (beginner, intermediate and advanced levels) on best practices, technical skills and practical applications in your respective community(ies).
Knowledge is wealth!
3) Create a local, national and global movement to accelerate sustainable community development/planning, land use, and ultimately sacred sovereign spaces where we can thrive.
Dependence on ourselves is true liberation!