SBA CORONAVIRUS ECONOMIC BUSINESS INJURY APPLICATION


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STREAMLINED PROCESS REQUIREMENTS
SBA CORONAVIRUS ECONOMIC BUSINESS INJURY APPLICATION
SBA is collecting the requested information in order to make a loan under SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program to the qualified entities listed in this application that are impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The information will be used in determining whether the applicant is eligible for an economic injury loan. If you do not submit all the information requested, your loan cannot be fully processed.

The Applicant understands that the SBA is relying upon the self-certifications contained in this application to verify that the Applicant is an eligible entity to receive the advance, and that the Applicant is providing this self-certification under penalty of perjury pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1746 for verification purposes.

The estimated time for completing this entire application is two hours and ten minutes, although you may not need to complete all parts. You are not required to respond to this collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB approval number.

ELIGIBLE ENTITY VERIFICATION

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Umojafest 2019

Umoja Fest brings the soul to Seafair! Celebrating the best of the Black community and African Diaspora culture in northwest featuring Music, Food, Culture and family fun!

Attractions include the Africatown Heritage Parade featuring dance troops and drill teams, Children’s Day & Family Fun Village, Soul N The Park, Afrobeats & Kulture Stage, Roots Stage, Heal The Hood Basketball Tournament & Hip Hop 4 Peace stage and delicious flavors of the African diaspora from restaurants and food trucks, vendor marketplace and community resource Fair and more!.

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Be There: More4Mann on Mon August 27. Courtroom 2 William Nakamura US Courthouse 1051 6th Ave Seattle

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Umojafest 2018 – August 3 – August 5 / AfricaTown Heritage Parade

Attractions include the AfricanTown Heritage Parade featuring dance troops and drill teams, Children’s Day & Familly Fun Village, Soul N The Park, Afrobeats & Roots Stage, Heal the Hood Basketball Tournament & Hip Hop 4 Peace stage and delicious flavors of the African diaspora from restaurants, food trucks, vendor marketplace and community resource fair and more!

Visit the UMOJAFEST Website!

Africatown Celebrating our History…Planning Our Future

Africatown Celebrating our History…Planning Our Future

Imagine Africatown Design Weekend

It was a great day in the Central District this past Sunday, July 8th. An estimated 300+ people came out for the Paint The Block Party creating a 30,000+ sq. ft. mural in honor of Black community that has called the Central District home for over 130 years and marking our place in the future of the Central District and Seattle. The paint party is helping to bring to life an interim activation that captures the essence of what community wants to see in the redeveloped 23rd & Union including space for Black community, culture, commerce.


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The project is being led by Africatown Central District Preservation & Development Association and Studio Zewde in collaboration with Urban Artworks and made possible by Africatown Community Land Trust, Lake Union Partners and Capitol Hill Housing with support from Historic Central Area Arts & Cultural District, Seattle Office of Planning & Community Development, Weinstein AU, WG Clark Construction and Walsh Construction.

Also last week Africatown Community Land Trust was awarded an equitable development grant of $1,000,000 to help fund Africatown Plaza building to be developed with Capitol Hill Housing on the Midtown Center site and $75,000 for organization capacity. The overall development costs for the project are estimated at $42,000,000.

Now, this weekend join us to plan for the future of the Central District that makes the essence of the activation permanent at 23rd and Union and throughout the CD!

Imagine Africatown Design Weekend brings international architects to Seattle to imagine the future of Central District and Black neighborhoods

This weekend July 13-14 Africatown welcomes renowned designer Walter Hood, founder of Hood Design Studio and Pan African architect Nmadili Okumabua, founder Community Design & Planning Initiative Africa to Seattle to headline our first ever Imagine Africatown Central District Design Weekend, July 13-14 at the legendary Garfield High School.

On Friday the Design Town Hall will feature Walter and Nmadili will share ideas join Dr. Marcia Arunga with a featured performance by Dadabass.

After being inspired by the work and ideas of visionaries Walter Hood and Nmadili Okumabua and memories of the CD as told by Dr. Marcia Tate Arunga on Friday at the Design Town Hall, Saturday we will take to bringing our own ideas to life with an all day Design Cipher workshop.

Four sites in the Central District including Black community landmarks Seattle Vocational Institute and Bryant Manor will be reimagined as a local “Black Wall Street” or “Wakanda”, but these places could be anywhere we are: Renton, Kent, Federal Way, Leimert Park in LA, Harlem, Southside Chicago or Third Ward in Houston!

Let’s imagine and design thriving Black neighborhoods of the future. Places where our well being is the focus, our legacies are honored, our spirits are nourished, our genius is cultivated and our collective futures are bright!”

About Walter Hood

Walter Hood is the Creative Director and Founder of Hood Design Studio in Oakland, California. Hood Design Studio is his tripartite practice, working across art + fabrication, design + landscape, and research + urbanism. He is also a professor of landscape architecture at the University of California, Berkeley and lectures on professional and theoretical projects nationally and internationally. Walter designs and creates urban spaces and objects that are public sculpture. Believing everyone needs beauty in their life, he makes use of everyday objects to create new apertures through which to see the surrounding emergent beauty, strangeness, and idiosyncrasies of urban space. http://www.hooddesignstudio.com/

About Nmadili Okwumabua

Nmadili Okwumabua is an Atlanta based architect and CEO of Southern Sahara, a design consultancy specializing in the research and development of modern African architecture. Nmadili is also the founder of Founder of the Community Planning & Design Initiative Africa and a professor of African Architecture & Urban Design at Kennesaw State University in Atlanta, Georgia. https://www.cpdiafrica.org/the-founder/

Central District Design Weekend

Design Town Hall, July 13th, 5-8pm, Garfield High School

Design Cipher, July 14th, 10am-5pm, Garfield High School

Community Dinner, 14th, 5-9pm, 23rd & Union

Imagine Africatown Design Weekend

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Africatown Staying On The Move: Africatown gets $1M+ boost from Seattle’s first Equitable Development grants

Posted on Friday, July 6, 2018 – 7:00 am at Capitol Hill Seattle Blog by CHS

Africatown has been awarded a major grant as part of more than $5 million in funding for equitable development in Seattle.

“Seattle is facing an affordability crisis, which has displaced far too many and left behind many of our neighborhoods and businesses,” Mayor Jenny Durkan said about the grants. “To tackle these challenges, our City is investing in community organizations who are leading the way in creating true economic vitality and opportunity within Seattle’s most underserved communities.”

Africatown will receive $1,075,000 for “capacity-building” and “development expenses to include affordable commercial space to the Midtown affordable housing project,” according to the City of Seattle announcement of the award.

Read more at Capitol Hill Seattle Blog

UMOJAFEST 2018! Brings the Soul to Seafair!

Celebrating the best of the African American community and African Diaspora culture in northwest featuring Music, Food, Culture, and family fun!

Attractions include the AfricanTown Heritage Parade featuring dance troops and drill teams, Children’s Day & Familly Fun Village, Soul N The Park, Afrobeats & Roots Stage, Heal the Hood Basketball Tournament & Hip Hop 4 Peace stage and delicious flavors of the African diaspora from restaurants, food trucks, vendor marketplace and community resource fair and more!

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