It was 191 years ago on August 21, 1831 that Freedom Fighter General Nat Turner led the Black Liberation Army into America's most successful slave revolt in Southampton County, Virginia. In honor of this historic revolt, the Nat Turner Library hosts an annual NAT TURNER DAY, a day of acknowledgement, reflection and fellowship, sending peaceful vibrations to the Ancestral realm, giving thanks for our liberation from the shackles of mental and physical bondage. The day begins at 11:00 a.m. with a NAT TURNER MOBILE WAR TRAIL TOUR, a caravan led by Tour Guides Elder Khalifah and Bro. Ibn Khalifah. A delicious plant-based dinner will be prepared by Magical Kitchen. Featuring our annual guest lecturer, the dynamic Dr. Umar Ifatunde Johnson along with cultural vendors, ancestral drumming, music and libations. Come join us! The Ancestors will be pleased . . . Tickets include: The Nat Turner Mobile War Trail Tour, Lecture and Dinner. ADULTS: $50; TEENS (13-19) and STUDENTS: $25, and FREE Admission for children 12 and under. Thank you for your support of this historic monument dedicated to our Ancestors who gave their lives for our freedom. ASE!