We can educate ourselves on history all we want through mediums like books and film, but one of our personal favorite ways to connect and learn is through experience. So put down that Black History book for an evening and join us at One Vibe Africa's Kijiji Night, an event that has united thousands of attendees across and beyond the African diaspora in celebration of Black History and African Culture for six years now.
Kijiji is Swahili for "village," and we want to see the whole village there! Kijiji Night will feature musical performances from local musicians, a dynamic panel discussion with community leaders on African and Black American unity, and spectacular food from Chop Chop West African Cuisine. One Vibe is also planning a movie screening and an exhibit of original paintings from local Black artists.
Kijiji Night is happening on Friday, February 24th from 5 PM to 9:30 PM at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute. The event is free with RSVP, which you can do by visiting Eventbrite.
ABOUT ONE VIBE AFRICA
One Vibe Africa serves the local African communities by architecting innovative events and content which showcase African culture, empower African leaders and artists, and instigate cross-cultural exchange between Seattle and Africa. Highlights include Kijiji Night at Seattle Art Museum and Madaraka Festival at Kisumu Beach Resort in Kenya. We have produced these events annually since 2008 reaching nearly 25,000 attendees and receiving over 12 million digital impressions.