A popular book sought after at the Locks Conference is the popular Resource Guide. The Guide contains articles and biographical sketches of this year’s presenters such as author and scholar Dr. Wesley Muhammad, Queen Taese, Ras Ben, Dr. Marcus Kline, Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr. POCC/BPPC, Nataki Kambon (LetsBuyBlack365), Dr. Ali Muhammad, Dr. Akmal Muwwakkil, Richard Raw, K Love the Poet, and many other notable scholars, natural hair stylists, wholistic health and wellness providers, natural food experts, musicians, and crafts people from around the country.
The Kuumba Family Institute, the chief sponsor of the Philly Locks Conference, is joined this year by sponsors: Funtimes Magazine, Minuteman Press of Philadelphia, Zuresh Natural Products Emporium, Locs Socs, Island Designs, Chic Afrique, and the Amadi Wellness Connection. The conference offers a great opportunity to revitalize oneself, to relax, to learn, to reconnect with old friends, to meet new friends, to network, to have fun, to witness Aboriginal creativity, and to build solid business and relationship possibilities, to buy black, to shop and shop some more, to eat delicious food, to enjoy live music, and to be motivated to move from talking about change to actively seeking solutions all while supporting an important cultural and educational institution.
Do yourself and your loved ones a favor. Save the dates of Saturday and Sunday, October 7 and 8, 2017, so that you can attend this dynamic event. For more information and/or tickets visit Eventbrite: 23rd Annual International Locks Conference and/or visit the conference web site https://www.LocksConference.com or call 215-438-8189.