Join The National Action Network celebrating 30 years of action AND the 67th Birthday of Rev. Al Sharpton
Thirty Years of Activism and Action
On November 1, 2021, National Action Network will commemorate the 30th Anniversary Celebration, in conjunction with Rev. Al Sharpton's 67th Birthday. The event will be held at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Register today and join us at this remarkable event!
Our celebration will be held the day before many state and local elections, and the topic of voter suppression in the United States will be center stage. In 1965, the Voting Rights Act was passed, which protected many voters of color from racial discrimination. Today these rights are under threat. We will also pay tribute to George Floyd, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, and many more of our brothers and sisters that we have lost who have become the cornerstones of a movement that is changing the world, and we will honor those who have positively impacted our society above and beyond their performance by bridging their celebrity with their community.
**To attend this event, NAN must follow all COVID-19 protocols for indoor gatherings. Guests must have and be able to show proof of vaccination (fully vaccinated by October 18th) to attend this event. We are limiting guests to 2 tickets per person. Reserve your seat today!
NAN works extensively to promote a modern civil rights agenda, which emphasizes a standard of decency for all people regardless of race or sex, social justice for all communities, and improvements in race relations. NAN has served as a megaphone for the voiceless and an advocate for those in need. NAN's Triumph Awards recipients have been an impressive selection of honorees who have been trendsetters and icons in their respective fields, but who have also made extensive contributions in being humanitarians in activism, community development, education reform, and philanthropy beyond their celebrity. We hope that you can join us as we highlight and honor those countless contributions to impact communities and empower change.