Announcing the 2003 Black African Holocaust Regional Conference "Helping Us Help Ourselves" Friday and Saturday, September 26 & 27 at The Davage Auditorium, The Haven Warren Building Clark Atlanta University -Registration begins on Friday, September 26 at 5 pm and continues throughout the conference- Day One - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, BEGINNING AT 6PM: Educator Booker T. Coleman, Dr. Kweku Andoh of The NorthScale Institute and a presentation from Activist , Researcher Brother Steve Cokely on the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Two - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, BEGINNING AT 8AM: Workshops, Keynotes and cultural presentations by Dr. Boyd Ed Graves, "The U.S. Origin of AIDS/HIV";Dr. Marimba Ani, "Understanding the Maafa and the Importance of Self-Definition"; Dr. Ashra Kwesi, "The African Origins of Christianity and the Black Holocaust"; Dr. Merira Kwesi, "Environmental Racism: A Global Genocide." Workshops on Education, Technology, Reparations, Student Activism, Health and Family. Workshop participants include: Minister Ray Muhammad, Nation of Islam; Activist and former political prisoner Fred Hampton Jr., Prince Imari Obadele, Republic of New Africa, Dr. Marvin Haire, Clark Atlanta University, Bro. Junious Ricardo Stanton, host/producer NewBlackCity.com, Bro. Banar Muhammad, FinalCall.com; Seminole Productions, Durham, North Carolina; Baba Otim Larib; Dr. Ridgely Mu'im Muhammad, Muhammad Farms; Dr. Ray Winbush, author- "Should America Pay?"; Bro. Chris Askew, Unwrapped Family Conference; Bro. Shakir El Kareem El; Baba Taji Nanji; Dr. Pat Jones; Sister Harriet Harris; Sister Ebony Fanelle, Georgia Tech, Dr. Mark Armstrong and many more... -AT 10PM: A WORLD PARTY, featuring music from different points of the Diaspora, Spoken Word, Comedy, food and fun. Check website and call for details- FRIDAY GENERAL ADMISSION $15; SATURDAY $20; TWO-DAY ADMISSION $30. GROUP RATES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. STUDENTS WITH VALID HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE ID: $10 EACH DAY. CHILDREN UNDER 14 ADMITTED FREE. VENDORS ARE WELCOME. Visit www.THEBAHC.org or call 1-877-902-4069.