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Urban Forum NW 08 – 29 – 19

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.

Join Eddie Rye Jr. and fascinating guests from around the world as they discuss the topics important to today’s world – whether you live in the Northwest or in some faraway country. Eddie uses his years of media experience to get to the heart of every conversation.

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