with Co-Host Hayward Evans:
*Augustine Cita, Vice President of Operations, Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle and Zyan Bacari, Program Coordinator, The Urban Tech Jobs Program is an accelerated training program for long-term unemployed adults. The goal is to get each participant certified in Cloud Computing via Amazon Web Services (AWS).
*Keith Tucker comments on the screening of The Invisible Vegan that is presented by the Northwest Animal Rights Network. Film Director, Jasmine Leyva will be present on Saturday, September 7 at Langston Hughes Cultural Arts Center at 5:00 pm.
*Reverend Harriett Walden, Founder, Mothers for Police Accountability, Host: Mothers Justice Show, Co-Chair, Community Oversight Committee was honored at the 56th Anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington DC for Jobs and Justice at Mount Zion Baptist Church.
*Paul Mitchell of the Breakfast Group and the Northwest Black Pioneers invites you to their Annual Picnic on Sunday, September 1 at Jimi Hendrix and Sam Smith Parks from 10:00 am-6:00 pm.
*Josephine Howell spent last week in Japan after winning the Seattle-Kobe Jazz Vocalist competition. She thrilled the crowd at Mount Zion Baptist Church at the 56th Anniversary event.
*Jamie Elmore, Founder, Alopecia Support Group invites you to Cafe Conversation on Saturday, August 31 at Luther’s Table in Renton, WA.