Urban Forum Northwest

Juneteenth Celebration, Songs of Black Folk:Music of Resistance and Hope and more

Thursday, June 8 on Urban Forum Northwest :

*Taniesha Lyons, Executive Director, Federal Way, WA Black Collective whose mission is to provide a voice, build strategies, and drive change in the city through policy development and culturally reflective resources.

*Teresa Everett, Atlantic Street Center invites you to the organizations 22nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday, June 17 11:00 am-3:00 pm at the Rainier Beach Community Center 8825 Rainier Avenue South. The event will be live streamed by Rainier Avenue Radio.

*Anthony Davis, Out Of Class-Work Force Equity Advisor, Strategic Advisor to the Workforce Equity Director, City of Seattle Department of Human Resources comments on his duties and responsibilities.

*Eugenie Jones, award winning singer/songwriter, producer, and legacy activist. Her 2022 release Players ranked #30 on the Jazz Week’s top 100 Albums. She also was a first-round Best Jazz Vocal Album Grammy contender and ranked #7 on Jazz Week’s Top 50 charts.

*Ramon Bryant Braxton, Artistic Director/Conductor, Songs of Black Folk:Music of Resistance and Hope that will feature some the country’s top singers and musicians will perform at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre June 18, Fathers Day at 7:00 pm (PDT).

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