Past Seattle Event: VOL 56

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VOL 56

August 26, 2014
@ Northwest African American Museum

The civil protest in Ferguson, Missouri that began after the murder of Mike Brown has served as a tragic flashpoint for American racism, past and present. Pecha Kucha Seattle, the Northwest African American Museum and Seattle People of Color Salon will host PKN SEA vol. 56 #Ferguson. The event will bring together many different voices from our communities to explore how we can challenge racism and work towards envisioning and creating communities of love and solidarity.

Charles Mudede
Associate Editor, The Stranger in Seattle
Storme Webber
writer, performer & interdisciplinary Two-Spirit artist of Alutiiq/African American/Choctaw/European heritage in Seattle
Davida Ingram
Co-Founder, Seattle People of Color Salon in Seatle
Nourisha Wells
Sr. Manager of Web Operations, Get Schooled Foundation, MTV Networks in Seattle
Diana Falchuk
Artist, Deputy Manager at City of Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative, City of Seattle in Seattle
LaShawnDa Pittman
Assistant Professor , University of Washington, American Ethnic Studies in Seattle
Tyrone Brown
Founder, Artistic Director, Brownbox Theater in Seattle
Sharon Nyree Williams
Managing Director, Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas in Seattle
Jasen Frelot
Minister of Outreach, Queen Anne Baptist Church in Seattle
Lara Davis
Arts Education Manager, Office of Arts & Culture in Seattle
La Rond Baker
ACLU of Washington Foundation in Seattle
Karen Toering
Project Manager, Social Justice Fund NW in Seattle
Larry Mizell Jr.
DJ, Author, LTD, KEXP, The Stranger in Seattle

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