National Deaf People of Color Conference 2020 extends its invitation to all people of color as well as the general majority. Keynote and workshops presenters will cover various topics from June 25th-28th. We will also have entertainment such as a gala, live performances, and NDPC Got Talent! Show.
Held in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts at Northeastern University, its flagship campus is situated between Boston’s famed Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) and Symphony Hall. Many other attractions can be found nearby: South End, Fenway Park, Back Bay, downtown Boston, and many more that are within walking distance. Public transportation will get you to the Freedom Trail, Lawn on D, North End, Harvard Square, Cambridge, Seaport and many other exciting neighboring sites.
Did you know that Boston is one of the most historic cities in the United States? This city is the birthplace of the American Revolution that you can still feel at every cobblestone corner! Boston is often cited as America’s seafood capital since it is right next to the Atlantic Ocean! This city has old-world architecture and cobblestone streets—this makes the city smaller but the beauty of its skyline is what better appreciated up close in fine detail. You could even touch down the Boston Marathon finish line as if you were running in a marathon! Did you know that Boston has the oldest baseball arena in USA: Fenway Park? Would you like to take a stroll down the Charles River that has so many adorable boathouses dotted along the sides and many pedestrian docks situated for casual lounging around in which the scene is already picturesque? Boston is also home to America’s first public park now known as Boston Common, a large grassy area in the center of the city with ball fields and Frog Pond (skating in winter and a spray pool for children in the summer). Would you love to see all of this as well as the conference? Register away!