The National Black United Front organized a public school curriculum movement to incorporate the African centered curriculum into the public schools.
What does NBUF stand for?
NBUF stands for National Black United Front
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Reparations activist Conrad Worrill, head of the National Black United Front that organized demonstrations and packed the federal courtroom for the hearings, says he's been hearing this argument from reparations foes for years.
For one, he has held several high-profile positions for decades: professor of education and history at Northeastern Illinois University's Center for Inner City Studies and, since February, its interim director; weekly syndicated columnist, writing for up to 200 black newspapers nationwide; the head of the National Black United Front, a grassroots organization focused on reparations and other issues.
Worrill, president of the National Black United Front.
One of the Great Gatherings of the Last Half Century In terms of the strategic timing and quality of the substance, some have haled SOBWC as being in the linage of the great gatherings of people of African descent in the past half century--the Black Power Conferences of the 60s, Congress of African People and Gary Black Political Convention in the 70s, the founding conventions of the National Black Independent Party and National Black United Front in the 80's as well as the first State of the Black World Conference in 2001.