2013 African Liberation Day

This year, 2013, African Liberation Day commemorations in the United States will be held in Washington, D.C. on May 25 at the Blackburn Center Auditorium in Howard University.

The main activity of ALD here in the U.S. will be a conference which will entail workshops and other presentations that will advance the discussion of African economic independence as the basis for political independence.

Below is some important Information as we get closer to this exciting event:

A group reservation has been made at the DoubleTree Hotel for $99 per night- you must book your room by April 13th in order to guarantee this price. To make your reservation call (703)416-4100 and state you are part of the African Liberation Day room block.

Please be advised that payment is NOT required at the time of reservation.

DoubleTree Hotel – Washington DC-Crystal City
300 Army Navy Drive,
Arlington, Virginia, 22202

For Information on alternate housing suchs as Hostels in DC click here

Advertise in the Souvenir Booklet

The deadline to purchase an ad and send artwork or your message is:
Sunday, May 18, 2013

Let people know about your business by placing an ad in the souvenir book:

The free souvenir book will be given to hundreds of conference participants who have come from across the U.S. · Most of the participants are involved with community organizing and outreach work and may be looking to utilize services such as yours for future projects · Ads support self-determination and economic development for African people in the U.S. and around the world.

Ad Sizes and Prices:
Business Card (4″ x 2½”) $25
Quarter page (4″ x 5″) $40
Half page (8″ x 5″) $75
Full page (8″ x 10½”) $100
Salute size (4″ x 1″) text only message, 4 lines or less $15

For more info and to pay for an ad click here

Vending Space Available
Sell your products at this years African Liberation Day. Vendor application deadline is May 18, 2013. Sapce is 7ft x 4ft (Indoor). For more information and to reserve your space click here

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