A celebration of African and African American culture in the form of fellowship and community connectedness.
Join us in Forest Park, Everett for Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee’s annual festival. Featuring business, education, arts, fashion, and wellness vendors.
• Saturday, July 31th at 10a.m. – 7p.m.
Join us June 12th at Comforde Park in Marysville. Featuring: BIPOC Art and Fashion Vendors, Music, Death of Freedom Exhibit, City/County Leader Speakers. This is a COVID friendly, bring your own food picnic.
Speakers will speak between 1:00 and 2:30. A short symbolic march will begin at 3pm for a few blocks and end back at the park to compete the event.
Organized by Change the Narrative and Artists in Activism.
• Saturday, June 12th at 11a.m. – 3p.m.
For Malcolm X Day this year, we have decided to celebrate Black excellence with our Black Student Union students, graduates and alumni. Please register at the link below and stay tuned for more information on our special guest presenters!
This event has been put together to celebrate African and African American student achievement, but is open to students, faculty, staff, administrators and campus community of all cultures/identities. Please register at the link provided and contact the Diversity & Equity Center if you have any questions.
• Wednesday, May 19th at 2p.m.
• Saturday, May 15th at 9 – 1p.m.
• Sunday, May 16th at 9 – 1p.m.
Hot meal distribution from Smokey Point to South Seattle. Delivering meals and supplies to locations and folks in our community.
• Saturday, May 8th at 7a.m. – 5p.m.
• Tuesday, May 4th at 11 – 1p.m.
• Samantha Neal of Coastal Maintenance Solutions
• Lewis Rudd of Ezell’s Famous Chicken
• Lewis Rudd of Ezell’s Famous Chicken
• Monday, May 3rd at 7 – 8:30p.m.
• Friday, April 16th 5-6p.m.
• We ask for people to wear their masks, allow pedestrians to pass, and look out for each other.
• Every Saturday 2 – 4p.m.
• Tuesday, April 6th at 2 – 3:30p.m.
• Jenefeness Tucker, Certified Business Advisor at WSBDC
• Ollie Garrett, President of Tabor 100
• Maurisa Phillips, Loan Readiness Officer at Business Impact NW
• Beto Yarce, Executive Director of Ventures
Register NOW for Building Financial Strength In Your Business.
• Feb. 22 at 6:30 – 8p.m.
• Streamed via Facebook Live.
Featuring Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.
Everett Public Library, WSU Everett, Everett Community College, and Everett Public Schools have partnered to host One Everett One Book. We’re encouraging community members to read STAMPED and join the discussion with the authors.
• Feb. 22 at 6 p.m.
• Free to all young women of color ages 11-18
• Feb. 15 & 22 at 3-6 p.m.
The Black-Owned Business Excellence Symposium is an all-day virtual conference to celebrate, educate and inspire Black business owners.
The Black-Owned Business Excellence conference consists of a series of virtual presentations and discussions starting at 9 a.m. with a keynote address on the state of Black-owned businesses in Washington state by the Minority Business Diversity Association. The conference will have virtual events and break out sessions for the entire day including:
• Panel Discussions
• Workshops and Training
• Business Coaching
• Marketing and Networking
• Financial Management
• Strategic Business Planning
For updates, connect with us through our social media outlet:
The Snohomish County Black Heritage Commitee‘s celebration continues with a drive-by parade from the Snohomish County Courthouse to Everett Community College.
• Monday, January 18th, 11am – 2pm
The Snohomish County Black Heritage Commitee is hosting a virtual celebration for Martin Luther King Jr. Day with live performances, music, and keynote speaker Mr. Nathaniel R. Miles.
• Sunday, January 17th, 5:30 – 7pm
Everett Public Library has teamed up with the expert mixologists from Revolution by the Barrel to present a free workshop on crafting the perfect holiday mocktails and cocktails.
Revolution by the Barrel is hosting a pop-up providing to-go mocktail kits and drinks along with Planted and Los Tamaahles.
• Saturday, November 28th, 2 – 6pm
• 2829 Wetmore Ave, Everett, WA 98201
Attend the 4th annual African African American event on November 5th to participate in Black Culture, Black Business, financial literacy and the importance of community service discussions. Inspired by the revolutionary leaders of the 1960s and 70s, we are taking it to the days of “Knowledge is Power”! In the face of so much going on in our society. We have to be diligent about educating OUR community.
Community Resource Fair includes Rental Assistance, Aging Services, Healthcare Resources, Voter Registration, Financial Aid Information, COVID related support services.
• Friday, October 16th at 3:00pm – 6:00pm, Homage (parking lot), 5026 196th St. SW Lynnwood
• Saturday, October 17th at 11:30am – 2:00pm, Everett Trades Building Assoc., 2810 Lombard Ave Everett
4H is hosting a zoom info session this Saturday, October 10th from 10:00am – 12:00pm. Ummah Sustain is forming a 4H Club for Black and Brown youth in Snohomish County. Students ages 5-18 are eligible to participate. More about Ummah Sustained.
For any parent that’s looking for guidance before the September 15th deadline to file Notice of Intent to Homeschool and a last-minute qualifying course. Modest Family Solitions is now offering a self-paced four hours online qualifying program that includes a homeschooling 101 and Unschooling 102 along with 2 month weekly support groups for $50.
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