Nat Turner Day Celebration
Posted on August 7th, 2011

Title: Nat Turner Day Celebration
Location: National Black Theater of Harlem, 2031 National Black Theater Way (Between 125 & 126 Streets) Harlem, NY 10035
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Description: It’s that time again. Afrikans from around the country are preparing to converge on Harlem, NY. The 3rd Annual Celebration of the life and times of Nat Turner is coming to the:

National Black Theater of Harlem
2031 National Black Theater Way
(Between 125 & 126 Streets)
Harlem, NY 10035

Saturday, August 20, 2011
5:00 PM – 10:00 PM

For More Information Call:
Craig Nyawela (908) 720-6835

You want to make this event and bring your entire Black family. This celebration will be a day full of Afrikan Nationalist brotherhood and sisterhood. This is an event that you don’t want to miss.

Start Time: 5:00 pm
End Time: 10:00 pm
Date: 2011-08-20

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  •   August 10th, 2011 Stanice Anderson Says:

    Seizing this opportunity to share that a new Simon & Schuster Novel Shatters Everything We Know…
    The Resurrection of Nat Turner, Part One: The Witnesses by Sharon Ewell Foster is a fact-based epic that discredits the primary historical source document on Nat Turner, The Confessions of Nat Turner, a pamphlet published in 1831 by Turner’s believed lawyer Thomas Gray-later turned into a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by William Styron. That document stated that Turner gave a statement of guilt to Gray, which was then read before the court.

    Foster located the original handwritten trial transcripts, in which Turner, actually pled innocent and offered no confession. Gray was not mentioned in official court documents as Nat Turner’s attorney.

    “What I found puts everything we believe about Nat Turner and what happened in the uprising in question. Burdened with the truth, I feel a responsibility to share what I found-both good and bad. We’ve been laboring under a 180-year-old lie. This is an American story and the truth needs to be told. We are all witnesses. Nat Turner deserves his day in court,” said Foster.

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