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posted Friday, February 16, 2018 - Volume 46 Issue 07
2018 Black History Month gathering to be held Feb. 24
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2018 Black History Month gathering to be held Feb. 24

'Resilience in the Black Community: What Gives Us Strength?'

On Saturday, February 24, from 10am-3pm, Mount Zion Baptist Church hosts a 2018 Black History Month gathering - 'Resilience in the Black Community: What Gives Us Strength?' - with keynote speakers Police Chief Carmen Best, renown historian Quintard Taylor, and Dr. Michele Andrasik, known for her advocacy work on behalf of women with HIV.

Police Chief Carmen Best is Seattle's first female African American to hold this position; historian Quintard Taylor is an expert on black settlement in the Pacific Northwest and King County; Dr. Michele Andrasik is a social scientist at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center who is known for her work on behalf of women with HIV.

Other speakers include Dr. Bessie Young, Christopher Moore, George Dicks, Linda Chastine, Mattie Taplin and Louis Shackelford.

In addition to the featured presentations, FREE HIV and Hepatitis C and other health screenings will be offered. Information will also be provided on diabetes and other health-related issues.

The program includes a free lunch catered by 'Satisfied Palate.'

Mount Zion Baptist Church is located at 1634 19th Ave. just south of E. Madison St. Everyone is welcome to attend this FREE community gathering. For more information, please call 206-6670-6360.

Courtesy of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

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