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Fundraising Events (in Pictures) for, Past, Present, and Future

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Since 2009 various friends and supporters of have given fundraising events to help finance and promote the work of our 10,000 resource on African American and Global African History.  Listed below are the three past fundraisers for the organization.  If you believe in the work of we hope you sponsor a similar event in your city.  Please contact Theresa Marie Smith, the Director of Development, as she can help you organize your event.  You may reach her at the following address: theresamariesmith [at] live [dot] com.

Here are photographs from previous fundraisers:

November 9th, 2013 Fundraiser at The Ruins, Seattle, Washington
Kendell Hogue Residence, Denver, Colorado, October 10, 2009
Northwest African American with Danny Glover
Susan Goodwin Jewelry Trunk Show, June 30, 2013

Northwest African American Joint Fundraising Event featuring Actor and Activist Danny Glover, Seattle, Washington, October 11, 2011

On October 11, 2011, actor and activist Danny Glover headlined a joint fundraiser for and the Northwest African American Museum where he introduced his new documentary film on the 1960s, Black Power MixTape.  Here are photographs from that fundraiser that took place at the Museum.  All the photographs appearing here are the property of photographer Robert Wade of Seattle.  Any use of them without his permission is prohibited.   

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