by Emerald Staff
Wed., May 29:
“This is a community networking event for Seattle area Black and Brown activist, educators, organizers, business owners and artists! If you are making moves in the community or want to know what’s up this event is for you! 🙌🏿”
*Also check out Revolution by the Barrel’s Three Year Anniversary (Sat., 6/1) and Let’s Talk About It – Our Changing Neighborhood (Mon., 6/3).
Time: 5:30–8 p.m.
Where: The Station — 1600 S. Roberto Maestas Festival St.
Cost: Free to attend (register here)
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by Rosalind Brazel
The Liberty Bank Building is the first ever black-owned bank west of the Mississippi. It’s now the heart of South Seattle’s revitalization and a beacon for the community. It’s in this building that Kristi Brown will make her first run at owning a brick and mortar.
Continue reading That Brown Girl Cooks, Caters, and Now Owns