Third international New Horizon conference

Third international New Horizon conference (Persian:سومین همایش افق نو) held to analyze alleged United States police brutality against colored people, on 27 October 2015 in Tehran, Iran.[1][2] The conference kicked off in three days and participated many journalists, authors, musicians, political analysts, university professors and political activists. The participants were American and Europa. Main goal of the conference was alleged police brutality and ethnocentrism against blacks in the United States. Some of Iranian speakers lectured about racism, discrimination, and massacre topic against African Americans in the US society. Also, three books on Zionism, Israeli lobbies, alleged collapse of morality in the West and racism in the US community were discussed during the conference.[3]

Guests and Speakers

Nader Talebzadeh, chairman of the conference

First and second international New Horizon conference

First conference was help on 2012 and focused on the influence of the Zionist lobby on the West in the process of nuclear talks with Iran. But figures from USA and European countries attended the second conference by effort of Hamed Ghashghavi[4] as the secretary of International Affairs of the conference.[5]

Guests and Speakers of 2nd Conference

After hours of researches, Hamed Ghashghavi has finally gathered together the following speakers:


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  2. "3rd New Horizon Conference in Tehran Focuses on US Police Violence". Retrieved 2 November 2015. External link in |website= (help)
  3. "Tehran hosts black activists in confab over US police brutality". Retrieved 2 November 2015. External link in |website= (help)
  5. "Iran hosts 2nd International New Horizon conference". Retrieved 2 November 2015. External link in |website= (help)

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