August 22-24, 2013 | The Nation's Capital | Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom
Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation of Southern Slaves
Celebrate men, women, causes and companies that have demonstrated their commitment to the global cause of human, civil and economic dignity Announce global collaborative partnerships
Initiate local and global economic opportunities across communities, industries and nations
Re-launch Dr. King’s last cause, the Poor People’s Campaign in the form of a DC-based SCLC Poverty Institute designed to address modern day poverty and the wealth gap in America and beyond with definitive education, innovation, entrepreneurship and investment based collaborative programs
Crowdfund one million global donors to sustain this cause.