Thank you for expressing interest in Africatown and building our community.
You are receiving this email because you have attended an Africatown or Black Lives Matter 206 event or expressed interest in the movements to bring justice and wellness to our community.
If you haven’t already done so, please take a moment to complete our online survey to help us understand your areas of interest and capacity (time, skills ,resources, etc.) to build with us as we move forward.
We are currently in the process of building teams that will focus on specific areas of interest to complete specified objectives. We currently are shaping the following teams:
Community Economic Development
Arts, Culture & Entertainment
Technology & Innovation
Policy & Advocacy
Education & Youth
Marketing & Outreach
Wellness (health, family, seniors, etc.)
If you have skills and interests in any of the above areas, please express interest via our online survey or via email at info@AfricatownSeattle.org.
Please feel free to express other areas of interest; more teams will be developed and we are committed to using diverse strengths and talents – it truly does take a village!
Thank you again for your interest and we will be in touch with updates as well as opportunities to participate based on information you provide in our survey.
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
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