October 2010 in Massachusetts is Black Architecture Month / Urban Minority Architecture Month 2010

NOMA Conference to be held During Massachusetts Black Architecture Month in Boston

The FACTS-BAM/AOF Black Architecture Month Campaign Committee is proud to announce the following:

Initiated in 2006 with several educational discussions, documentary events and seminars as Black Architecture Week, October 2009 will marked a formal Month and our New Urban Agenda- Campaign for Boston and America and the Architects of Change in our urban Communities, Past, Present and Future, Events are to be celebrated annually during the month of October in the effort to address urban affairs and to create a progressive force of creative community builders and visionaries which is also in recognition of Americas Historic Model Benjamin Banneker, planner-designer/visionary surveyor of our Countries Capital – Washington D.C.
The 2010 Agenda is in the planning. We celebrate also that during Black Architecture Month in October the National Organization of Minority Architects (are welcomed to be part of our events ) by holding their Annual Conference in Boston, help us as a nation celebrate the importance of Minority architects meeting the needs of the country and our Urban American cities.

2010 NOMA CONFERENCE – Boston MA

Boston Marriott Copley Place, 110 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02116
October 7th – October 9th, 2010

For more information follow the links provided here:
http://noma.net/local/Conference.asp or http://www.noma.net/local/

The FACTS 2009 New Urban Agenda newsletter is attached….More information on the 2010 Documentation/Project Agenda will be sent next….

Black Architecture Month is an annual community summit/forum event and creative festival celebrating the need of addressing diversity in urban and community development.
Email: blackarchitecturecampaigncom@live.com

Black Architecture Month – National Web site: http://sites.google.com/site/nationalblackarchitecturemonth/boston-black-architecture-month-summit

Joseph Edgecombe, Documentary Architect/Scholar
The F.A.C.T.S. Center – Educational Architecture/History & Urban Affairs-Diversity Advocacy Center Boston