The Front Porch Divas Series: Picking Up the Pieces
Feb. 12, 2016 at 7:00pm
Urban Poverty Forum XI - Balancing the Scales
'Challenging Institutional Racism in Our Criminal Justice System'
1:00PM, Sunday, February 19, 2017
Downstairs at Town Hall -
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Seneca Street)
Seattle, Washington 98101
This event is free and open to the public.
Doors open at 12pm. The Urban Poverty Forum is from 1-3pm
The Mahogany Project will present an original new work, 'Revolving Doors' and featuring artists: Jasmine Allred, Justin C. Arana Polanco, Sheila C. Patton and Icesis Reed-El of Nubien.
'13TH' A FILM SCREENING AND COMMUNITY CONVERSATION , LAKE CHAD CAFE, 1712 S. JACKSON STREET, SEATTLE, 98144. MARCH 13, 2017 6PM (AS OF 3/8/2017 - ALL TICKETS HAVE BEEN RESERVED) Screening in partnership with Real Change www.realchangenews.org
Annual Urban Poverty Forum in Sunday, Feb. 27, 2016 at 1:00pm
Sunday, February 27, 2016 at 1:00PM (Doors open at 12:30pm)
Town Hall Seattle • 1119 Eighth Avenue • Seattle, WA • 98101
The Mahogany Project will open this year's Urban Poverty Forum, bringing arts and edu-tainment to the discussion of 'Immigration Equity'.
Guest Artisits: Hamda Yusuf and Miski Ali.
ANNUAL URBAN POVERTY FORUM in Partnership with TOWN HALL
Immigrants have a long history in contributing to society in a positive way. So why does equity remain an elusive principle to immigrants here in the United States of America? The unfortunate reality is that savage rhetoric, violence, poverty, and other roadblocks cast a shadow over their American landscape.
Please join us on Sunday, February 27, 2016 at 1:00PM at Town Hall to learn more about local grassroots efforts to alleviate hardship among immigrants.
Our speakers will be:
Silvia Gonzalez, Popular Educator at Casa Latina
Mahnaz Kourourian Eshetu, Executive Director of Refugee Women's and Family Alliance (ReWA)
Maru Mora-Villalpando, CEO of Latino Advocacy, LLC
Moderation by Misael Fajardo-Perez, Mission Developer at Celebration Lutheran Church
Translation provided by Cariño Barragan, Campaign Organizer at Casa Latina