Black History Month

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Intentionalist Events

Galentines Party

February 13, 2019

We are throwing a Galentines Party!! Grab your girlfriends and join us for a night filled with sips, apps and treats!! Women supporting women help make big things happen!

Celebrate Black History Month at Kezira Cafe

February 28, 2019

Celebrate Black History Month at Kezira Cafe, owned by Nigist Kidane. Enjoy a family-style meal including vegetarian and vegan options, and get to know members of the Intentionalist, African Women Business Alliance & The Power of She communities.

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Carpe #MeatlessMonday in Seattle

Between Queen Bey and her hubby Jay-Z, professional athletes, and many celebrities, Veganism has become popular and more accessible than ever. Inspired by the growing appetite for vegan dining, we've built a list of some Seattle vegan restaurants to help you find some of the tastiest and healthiest bites in the city. Are we missing any of your...
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Other Events

Kijiji Night At the Seattle Art Museum

February 7, 2019

Cafe Avole will be bringing coffee and food to the 2019 Kijiji Night at Seattle Art Museum presented by One Vibe Africa. The evening will also feature storytelling by Nana Kibibi, reading of excerpts from Rooted In Love, One Vibe’s photo book, and the launch of Ghanaian Reggae artist Samini's latest album.

Partners in Civic Innovation: The Liberty Bank Building Project

February 13, 2019

Thanks to partners such as Africatown Seattle, Black Community Impact Alliance, Capitol Hill Housing, and Byrd Barr Place, this historic site has become a building that provides affordable housing and supports Black-owned businesses. Learn more about the project and enjoy food by That Brown Girl Cooks and a preview of artwork that will be displayed in the new building.

More events coming soon!