Juneteenth Week 2020

Monday Evening Yoga

A leader in the community and yoga educator, Abiola Akanni has successfully cultivated inclusive wellness spaces that encourage individuals to develop their personal yoga practice.

The Nigerian-American yoga instructor and wellness entrepreneur is the influencer behind Yoga by Biola and founder of Trap Vinyasa™, the body positive, underground hip hop yoga collective. Akanni is committed to equipping and empowering people of color and allies with the tools they need to explore well-being.

Her inclusive mission promotes diversity and inclusion within the wellness arena, while her creative teaching style offers physical and emotional introspection

Monday Movie Night

Hosted by the Federal Way Black Collective. More information coming soon.

To Be Announced 7:00PM

More information coming soon.

Brandon Marsalis 8:00PM

Brandon Marsalis is an artist from Tacoma Washington. His roots and love for hip hop run deep, and his dedication to his craft is unmatched. His newest album “Ouroboros” was welcomed by his supporters and has gotten over twenty thousand streams in the last 4 weeks. His deep words garner thoughts that are highly introspective and personal and its a wonderful thing watching his journey as a young man to a sage of his generation.

DJ Bizzon 9:00PM

DJ Bizzon’s creative turntablism skills, original production and signature events have made him one of the Midwest’s most sought-after DJs. He’s opened for DaBaby, Kendrick Lamar, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, J. Cole, Migos, Khalid, Travis Scott, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Pitbull, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Mac Miller and many more. Bizzon is part of the Milwaukee Bucks DJ crew, an on-air personality at 88NINE Radio Milwaukee and a member of Vocalo Radio’s DJ collective on WBEZ 91.1FM in Chicago. He’s also an activist, teacher, mentor and youth work professional who uses music to empower young people and create change in the community.

His expertise in designing programming, creating and leading workshops and organizing public events led to a national reputation in youth work and opportunities like the Lead Teaching Artist role at The Residency, Macklemore’s youth music program in Seattle.

Black Business and Entrepreneurship

Hosted by the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle and partners. More information coming soon.

To Be Announced

Hosted by Technology Access Foundation. More information coming soon.


Hosted by Delbert Richardson, African American Traveling Museum. More information coming soon.

To Be Announced

Hosted Black Lives Matter Seattle King County. More information coming soon.

The Souls of Black Folks

Hosted by BLMSKC, ULMS and partners. More information coming soon.