The Nat Turner Library was founded in 1990 by H. Khalif Khalifah and his late wife Sis. Reda Fard Khalifah. The foundation of this cultural monument was established years before it was built in 1998, as they gave their first Nat Turner War Trail Tour in 1993. This national treasure is dedicated to the life and legacy of Freedom Fighter General Nat Turner who led the Black Liberation Army into America's most successful slave revolt on August 21, 1831. Annually, the Nat Turner Library hosts events.
Bro. Khalifah along with his wife Sister Angela are continuing the 30-year legacy. Both are humbled and grateful to carry on the assignment to maintain, preserve and build upon these ancestral grounds as an educational and cultural destination for future generations.
A Land Dedication Ceremony was held on 11/11/22 on the Khalifah Family Farm. Guests took the pilgrimage from surrounding states to partake in this momentous occasion. Become a Member to support the building of this great monument dedicated to General Nat Turner and our brave Ancestors.