ACLT and Equity Now Coalition to Host Umoja Parade March & Day of Unity

Africatown and King County Equity Now are proud to honor the spirit of Umoja Fest, Black Community Festival, East Madison Mardi Gras, and the current global uprising for Black lives, justice and equity.

This year's event will highlight Black Lives, Love, Unity, Healing & Justice as the Umoja Parade March & Day of Unity on Saturday, Aug. 1st starting at 23rd & Union and going to Jimi Hendrix Park/African American Museum.
Drill & Dance Teams are encouraged to step for Black love and unity. Churches, community organizations, youth groups and businesses are invited! All African diaspora communities are invited to raise your flags in unity!

The Parade March will end at Jimi Hendrix Park where there will be, powerful performances and speakers, children's activities, and a variety of Black businesses.

Confirmed Performers and speakers include:
Choklate
Kutt N Up
Lia B
Holly Michelle
Nikkita Oliver
Yohanna E
Magnetik
Nu Black Arts West
Sistahs Rock The Arts
Jazzy Soul
Total Experience Choir
Ancient Robots
Jigga
Alved Harris
Adefua African Drum & Dance
DJ Uncle Guy + DJ LoveJones
Donnita Sinclair-Martin
Darryl Hennings- Rotary Style
Veronica Very-Women of Wonder
Andre Franklin- Build 206
Willard Jimerson- United Better Thinking
Emijah Smith, African American Gathering
Lovell Sykes- Inner City Action Network
Nichelle Alderson- iNfinitely Well
Kyle Wilson- Greater Seattle Youth Football & Cheer

And more!

Black Businesses are invited to set up at no charge!

Due to COVID19 we will not have the annual three day Umoja Fest celebration. Please wear your mask and practice social distancing and safety precautions.

Let's come together in unity and healing to build a world beyond the pain.