The Black Wall Street: Visions for 23rd & Union event was truly historic as esteemed UW architecture professor Dr. Sharon Sutton presented the work of her class. They demonstrated the ways that African American culture can be infused in to the design of a major development project. Here is Capitol Hill News article here. To get involved click here.
Our very own David Harris has been nominated alongside the likes of billionaire Paul Allen for Geekwire Geek of the Year Award recognizing his commitment to empowering community leading the Hack The Hack The CD initiative. Vote for David here!
With everything going on in the world a Dead Prez show is right on time. Catch them IN Seattle at Nectar Lounge this Friday 4/24.
The Africatown Entrepreneurs Monthly Meetup is over 100 members already! The next meetup will be 4/25 at Taste Of The Caribbean. Register here.
In the tradition of Black Girls Rock highlighting outstanding Black women, we need your help finding our next Miss Umoja Fest Africatown Queen to represent us in Seafair. Scroll down for details.
On Tuesday 4/28 #TeamUMOJA invites you to attend an info session and networking mixer at Lake Chad Cafe, 1712 S. Jackson. #Staytuned
VOTE DAVID HARRIS
for Geekwire Geek Of The Year!
The Africatown Entrepreneurs Meetup connects people, businesses, and organizations in order to share resources, develop new skills, and incubate ideas. Africatown cultivates self-determination and collective work through asset-based community development.
A great venture starts with a great idea. At our next meetup, we’ll explore how to rapidly produce new ideas using design thinking. RSVP here!
Where is our 2015 Umoja Fest Seafair Queen to be?…She could be you!
The Umoja Fest Africatown Queen Scholarship Program is calling on young women to apply for a great opportunity to earn a college scholarship and represent the greater Seattle Black/African Diaspora community in Seafair. If you or someone you know would be a good candidate please fill out the attached application. The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 30th 2015.
Each contestant for the Umoja Fest Africantown Queen Scholarship Program must be:
• Between the ages of 18-24
• Be of African/African American descent
• A US citizen or permanent resident
• Currently enrolled in college/university/vocational school or a senior in high school enrolled in college for the fall of 2015.
• Must be available to represent the community for Seafair weekend and participate in Umoja Fest activities.
The winner of the Umoja Fest Pageant will be awarded a scholarship to further her education at an institution of higher learning and entered into the Seafair scholarship pageant as well.
For more information contact Yalonda Allen-Sinde, Coordinator at 206.830.0149or email email@example.com
Community members, musicians, artists, entrepreneurs, promoters, and advocates! #TeamUMOJA invites you to attend an info session and networking mixer on Tuesday, April 28th 6:30pm at Lake Chad Cafe, 1712 S. Jackson. Come hear what we are working on for the future and find out how you can bring your ideas and talents to get involved! Our goal is to lift up the best and greatest of our community, especially our youth programs, music/arts community, entrepreneurs/small businesses and social justice work. The festival and parade are positive statements that BLACK LIVES MATTER in Seattle and that we are committed to making our future even greater than our past. For more information visit http://www.umojafestnw.com or call 877.505.6306.
If you “gotta grind that won’t stop” and “a hustle that won’t quit,” then you shouldn’t miss this exciting workshop which will illuminate how real estate can be an avenue to generate wealth beyond the traditional idea of acting as a listing/selling agent. Our three-hour (3) intense session is designed for those individuals currently in real estate, e.g. brokers, mortgage brokers, business owners, other real estate professionals, and ANYONE who is looking to get a broader and more fulfilling understanding of the real estate industry. Moving beyond the basics of buying/selling/listing, topics include: utilizing social media to drive revenue; branding; unlocking multiple streams of income available through real estate; understanding the differences between residential and commercial brokerage; property management secrets; and real estate development.
If you are new to the business or already an established agent, this class will offer you detailed insight into long-term and short-term strategies that will drive your income beyond the basics.
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