The Nat Turner Library is located on a 123 acre tract of land that is part of the plantation where he was born, organized a B.L.A., planned and carried the revolt to free every Blackman, woman in child from slavery, second-class citizenship and other forms of oppression in the United States of America.
Today the "Nat Turner Land" is subject to the fate of some 11 million acres that was once owned by black people. But there came a time when the owners could no longer sustain the property, so by hook, crook or otherwise the land was lost.
The Guest Host, Dawah Yisrael will lead a discussion that will feature a status update by H. khalif Khalifah:He will then lead a discussion about what must be done to save the Land and legacy of Nat Turner.
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