Leading up to the Prime Meridian Unconference, Black Quantum Futurism convened the TZP Surveyors Discussion Group – 21 individuals who met several times to examine and discuss TZP research materials, including an archive of readings, images, sounds, and videos on time zones, time, temporality, prime meridian, temporal oppression as experienced by Black communities, and social, political, and cultural concepts of time and temporality. The discussion centered on new ways of understanding our relationships to space-time, utilizing specific social, geographical, and cultural frameworks that depart from colonial linearity and shift the standards and protocols of time that leave Black people locked out of the past and future, and stuck in a narrow temporal present. TZP Surveyors began to collectively develop protocols, resolutions, temporal tools, time zones, and new markers of time that will be compiled and shared for TZP Surveyors and Unconference attendees to utilize in their communities with a commitment to working toward creating liberated futures, new space-times, and environments where these shared principles can be utilized and honored. Below, please find materials and shared notes from the TZP Surveyors Discussion Groups. The TZP Surveyors are: Iresha Picot, Kamila Shakur, Muse Dodd, Austen Smith, D’Arcee Charington Neal, Sam Rise, Brennan Robinson, Imani Harmon, Alexis McKenney, Jihan Thomas, Baobab van de Teranga, todd whitney, sol1ana, Raquel Baker, Nikesha Breeze, Omololu Refilwe Babatunde, Patience Williams, Tarnynon Onumonu, Xenobia Bailey, and assistant facilitators Janelle Dunlap and Sakinah Bramble-Hakim.