Awesome events to support minority-owned businesses, organizations, and communities.

By Lalaine Ignao
January 25, 2018

January 27 King Donuts Grand Opening
Come join in on the grand opening of King Donuts as they provide complimentary bites of donuts and goodies along with opportunities to win prizes. All donuts will be 25% off.
King Donuts. 9232 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98118. 10am-3pm.

January 27-February 3 Indigenous Shorts for Families 
Enjoy a collection of short films presented with the Chlidren’s Film Festival Seattle 2018. With films about politics, family, trials and tribulations, there’s a movie for every member of the family.
Indigenous Showcase. 1515 12th Ave, Seattle, Washington 98122. Every Saturday 7-8:30pm. Member $7. Senior, Child, Student $9.00. General $12.

January 27 API Chaya Volunteer Meeting
API Chaya is a nonprofit organization that supports Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander survivors and families impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as human trafficking survivors from all communities. Learn how you can become involved with current and upcoming projects, volunteer needs, training and events.
Hing Hay Coworks. 409B Maynard Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104. 2-4:30pm.

January 28 Tarik Abdullah Pop Up Brunch
Experience Chef Tarik’s cuisine inspired by Mediterranean and North African flavors. Dishes will include Braised Lamb, Masala Prawns, or his infamous Chamomile Squash Bread and Hibiscus Tea.
Atrium Kitchen at Pike Place Market. 1433, 1st Ave, Seattle, Washington 98101. 9am-2pm.

January 31 Speaking Truth to Power: Protest and Dissent
Attend Joshua Reid’s lecture on “The Historical Roots of Indigenous Activism in the Era of Standing Rock.” He will be covering the activism against the Dakota Access Pipeline as the view of Indigenous activism will be widened.
Kane Hall. 130, UW Campus, 4098 15th Ave NE, Seattle, Washington 98105. 7:30-9pm. Series Pass (4 lectures): General Public $50. UWAA/UWRA member/Veteran $40. Current UW students $15. Individual Lectures: General Public $15. UWAA/UWRA member/Veteran $12. Current UW students $5.

February 1 Annual Exhibit Honoring Black History Month-Opening Reception
In honor of Black History Month, come attend the opening reception of the annual art exhibit. This year’s exhibit will feature masterful and thought provoking artwork by Jeremy Bell, Hiawatha D., Roosevelt Lewis, Cheryl Zahniser, and Warren Pope.
The Michael Birawer Gallery-Seattle. 1003 1st Ave, Seattle, Washington 98101. 5-8pm.