City Sponsored Events

American History Traveling Museum

Learn about the rich history of Africans in Africa prior to chattel slavery, the experiences and impact of chattel slavery, Jim Crow Era, and the many contributions African Americans have had on science, culture, and technological innovations in the U.S. and the world.

Presentations at 4:30pm and 7:00pm by Delbert Richardson, founder of the American History Traveling Museum, community scholar and storyteller, winner of 2017 NEA Carter G. Woodson Memorial Award.

Contact Suni Tolton at stolton@shorelinewa.gov or 206-801-2256 for more info. The City of Shoreline is committed to ensuring a welcoming, inclusive, and safe community for all.

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Community Events

Edmonds Diversity Film Series
Free screenings of films on themes related to diversity, inclusion, and equity 3rd Saturdays of the month, October – April (except December).

Shoreline Community College Global Affairs Center (GAC) Speakers and Panel Discussions
Global Affairs Center programs advance student success and community engagement, and encourage critical thinking, dialogue and inter-cultural understanding regarding global issues.

Shoreline/Lake Forest Park Arts Council Mini Grant programs
Mini Grants for Teens and Culturally Diverse Populations are available up to $100; open application period accepted now through May 2018.

Resources

King County Equity & Social Justice
King County Library System – Shoreline Branch Events
Seattle Office for Civil Rights
Shoreline Community College Equity and Social Justice
Shoreline Schools Equity and Family Engagement