March 14, 2015 Black Seattle 2035 & MARCH 19-22 Black/African History Scholars

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Black History Month is over but our future is still ahead of us.
The popular book “The Secret” tells us to focus on what we want to attract not what we don’t. A lot of times we talk about what our community was before and what isn’t today so let’s time to talk about what we want!

Come and share what your BEST vision for the future of Black/African Diaspora community.

What would you see walking through a neighborhood of Black/African Descent people who are present as their BEST selves? If folks can envision a colony on Mars surely we can surely imagine a healthy community here on earth.

Join us for critical discussion, good food, collective visioning, planning and networking about the future of the Black/African diaspora community in Seattle’s Central District and beyond.

Please Register here so that we have the proper information for catering.

Facebook Event Page – https://www.facebook.com/events/1580678532169986/

Twitter: Join me at #BlackSeattle2035: Visions for our Future Sat. 3/14 http://blackseattle2035.bpt.me #BlackInSeattle #Africatown #BlackFuture

WHAT: Black Seattle 2035: Visions For Our Future

WHEN: Saturday, March 14th, 11-2 PM

WHERE: Monica’s Village Community Room

140 23rd Avenue S.

Seattle, WA 98144

WHY: To consider and share visions for a healthy vibrant Black/African Diaspora community in Seattle.

Confirmed Speakers & Panelists
Confirmed Speakers & Panelists:

Evelyn Allen, Black Community Impact Alliance
Felix Ngoussou, Lake Chad Care
Solomon Dubie, Ethiopian Cafe
Ethiopia Alemneh, Ethiopian Community Center
Demba Hydara, West African Community
Royal Alley Barnes, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
David Harris, Hack The CD
Gabrielle “Gab Gifted” , Recording Artist
Omari Salisbury, Clouds Media International

Schedule-At-A-Glance:
10:45 – Doors
11:30 – Panel Discussion
12:15 – Break/Intermission/food
12:30 – Interactive Discussion/Breakout Groups

black history scholars

Black History STILL Matters!

The 32nd National Conference of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilization will bring Black/African History Scholars from all over the nation to Seattle.

Conference Highlight include:

Presentations & Panels
Interactive Workshops
Community Reception
Cultural Night
Tour of Black Seattle
Institute for Youth
Community Conversations and Caucuses
A Call to Action
Spiritual Empowerment and Praise Service
African Market Place
Dinner Theater Performance of Dark Divas

Read more VISIT THE WEBSITE!

Our mailing address is:
Africatown Center for Education & Innovation
3100 S Alaska St, Seattle, WA, United States
Seattle, WA 98108

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