Schedule of Events
Youth Kijana Zone
HBCU College Experience
Cultural Performances & Kinara Lighting
Cooperative Economics Marketplace
Economic Empowerment Sessions
1:30 pm - Welcome
Atlanta City Councilman Jason Dozier
2:00 - 3:00pm - Workshop: "Preserving to Remember"
Summary: Learn simple steps on how to digitally record and preserve your families legacy to engage in daily remembrance of your ancestors.
Ann Hill Bond, Journalist +Preservationist
3:00 - 4:00pm - Panel Discussion: "Opportunity Starts At Home"
How do we create a pathway to homeownership despite the
racial economic disparities that exist in Atlanta?
Asile K. Patin, CommunityBuild Ventures
Orlando Hartwell, Realtor
3:30 - 4:30 pm - "Let's JUMP" Fitness session
Atlanta-area jumpers of 40 Plus Double-Dutch Club
5:00 - 6:00 pm - Powered By Us: Exploring Solidarity Economics as a recovery intervention strategy for Black Owned BusinessesKamau Franklin, Founder Community Movement Builders
Sterling Johnson, Just Opportunity Portfolio Director at Partnership for Southern Equity
6:00 - 6:45 pm - "Gotta Go! Gotta Go!" Emergency Bag Preparation
7:00pm Kinara Lighting & Presentation
Ms.Roz & Youth of the Community
Menso Wo Kente Grant Award by ChiChing Financial
7: 30 pm Egun Omode Performing Arts
Event Master of Ceremonies: Minister Server
KIJANA Youth Zone will offer activities for the youth throughout the event, 1:00 - 7:00 pm
Makala Fields, Ke'nekt Cultural Engagement Coordinator
Makeisha Robey, Happy Black Parent