All Access Fridays featuring SassyBlack

Join us for the first installment of All Access Fridays featuring SassyBlack. Those that identify as femme, non-binary, trans, and/or queer/LGB+ are highly encouraged to attend. SassyBlack is space-aged singer, songwriter, and producer. This Goddess of “electronic psychedelic soul” and “hologram funk” explores the concepts of sound through deep compositions. With roots in classical and … More All Access Fridays featuring SassyBlack

Beyond Bold and Brave 2nd Bi-Annual Black Lesbian Conference, NYC

The second bi-annual Black Lesbian Conference themed Work As Memoir, is scheduled for July. Registration is not yet open, but it soon will be so there’s time to plan. There’s also still time to facilitate a workshop if you’d like — see website for details. Since there’s not another conference like it in the country (or … More Beyond Bold and Brave 2nd Bi-Annual Black Lesbian Conference, NYC

Opening reception for C. Davida Ingram: A Book With No Pages

Please join us for the opening reception for “A Book with No Pages” an exhibition of work by C. Davida Ingram, the 2018 Jacob Lawrence Legacy Resident at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Ingram’s residency project focuses on venerating pioneering Seattle black artists: Jacob Lawrence, Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence, James Washington, and Barbara Earl Thomas. Her process … More Opening reception for C. Davida Ingram: A Book With No Pages

Black Reproductive Justice: A Timeline

BSC, Husky’s for NARAL, and EPOC hosts Black Reproductive Justice: A Timeline. In this event, we will be exploring the intersectionality of Black womanhood and reproductive rights in history through an interactive art insulation and amazing speakers! Through this event, we hope to create a space for black folx, and especially creative black folx to … More Black Reproductive Justice: A Timeline

MATRIARCHY (A Radical Feminist Music Festival) #matriarchyfest

Seattle Black Feminists, in collaboration with other community members, is putting together a music festival, MATRIARCHY. MATRIARCHY will be held this summer in Seattle, WA, and is underscored by, but not exclusive of, Black women performers, and highlights music from multiple genres. It is woman centric, unapologetic, radically feminist and anti-oppressive. As we have worked on organizing … More MATRIARCHY (A Radical Feminist Music Festival) #matriarchyfest

Don’t Wait to Create Change

Originally posted on She's With Me:
When: Thursday, February 22, 7PM Where: Erickson Theatre, 1524 Harvard Ave Cost: Free, no registration required When is too early to start creating change? Kimberly Foster, named a 2016 Forbes’ “30 Under 30”, began For Harriet while still an undergraduate studying African American Studies at Harvard. Today, this…

A Night of Black Women Magic & Multi-Genre Writing

Join us for an evening of Black Woman magic & multi-genre writing featuring Natalie Graham, Bettina Judd, Reagan Jackson and Anastacia-Renee. A native of Gainesville, Florida, Natalie Graham earned her M.F.A. in Creative Writing at the University of Florida and Ph.D. in American Studies at Michigan State University. Her poems have appeared in Callaloo, New … More A Night of Black Women Magic & Multi-Genre Writing

Original Music Inspired by Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower

Bushwick Book Club Seattle and Town Hall Seattle present Original Music Inspired by Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower Not your run-of-the-mill book club, Bushwick shows offer a special interaction between audience and performer surrounding a common source. Each musician reads the show’s featured book and writes an original song inspired by it, unveiling the new … More Original Music Inspired by Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower