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Tag: Black

Sep
10

Second Cycle BIPOC Night Kick-Off Ride

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

Come out for our first BIPOC community-focused bike event where we will ride through the streets of Tacoma. These rides are free events. Bikes will be provided to those in need for the duration of the ride. Helmets and masks required. No one gets left behind on these rides and they are led and swept > Continue Reading

Aug
13

Second Cycle BIPOC Night Kick-Off Ride

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

Come out for our first BIPOC community-focused bike event where we will ride through the streets of Tacoma. These rides are free events. Bikes will be provided to those in need for the duration of the ride. Helmets and masks required. No one gets left behind on these rides and they are led and swept > Continue Reading

Jul
9

Second Cycle BIPOC Night Kick-Off Ride

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

Come out for our first BIPOC community-focused bike event where we will ride through the streets of Tacoma. These rides are free events. Bikes will be provided to those in need for the duration of the ride. Helmets and masks required. No one gets left behind on these rides and they are led and swept > Continue Reading

Jun
11

Second Cycle BIPOC Night Kick-Off Ride

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

Come out for our first BIPOC community-focused bike event where we will ride through the streets of Tacoma. These rides are free events. Bikes will be provided to those in need for the duration of the ride. Helmets and masks required. No one gets left behind on these rides and they are led and swept > Continue Reading

May
14

Second Cycle BIPOC Night Kick-Off Ride

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

Come out for our first BIPOC community-focused bike event where we will ride through the streets of Tacoma. These rides are free events. Bikes will be provided to those in need for the duration of the ride. Helmets and masks required. No one gets left behind on these rides and they are led and swept > Continue Reading

Apr
29

Career Development Conference

Filed Under: - Posted @ 5:30pm

Join HULK Construction and the Tacoma Housing Authority for the first event of its kind, an online Career Development Conference for black residents who are interested in a career- or starting a business- in construction and trades work. This conference was designed specifically for local Black residents, ages 17+, who are interested in entering, advancing, > Continue Reading

Mar
26

The Black Robe Podcast

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

The Black Robe Podcast is the online messenger of Pierce County’s Black/African descent community. Hosts Carol Mitchell and Anzhane Slaughter are women of color and social influencers in their respective demographics. Baby Boomers and Millenials alike will enjoy their lively, inter-generational dialogue, their commentary on current events, their provocative interviews with justice system leaders and > Continue Reading

Mar
19

The Black Robe Podcast

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

The Black Robe Podcast is the online messenger of Pierce County’s Black/African descent community. Hosts Carol Mitchell and Anzhane Slaughter are women of color and social influencers in their respective demographics. Baby Boomers and Millenials alike will enjoy their lively, inter-generational dialogue, their commentary on current events, their provocative interviews with justice system leaders and > Continue Reading

Mar
12

The Black Robe Podcast

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

The Black Robe Podcast is the online messenger of Pierce County’s Black/African descent community. Hosts Carol Mitchell and Anzhane Slaughter are women of color and social influencers in their respective demographics. Baby Boomers and Millenials alike will enjoy their lively, inter-generational dialogue, their commentary on current events, their provocative interviews with justice system leaders and > Continue Reading

Mar
5

The Black Robe Podcast

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

The Black Robe Podcast is the online messenger of Pierce County’s Black/African descent community. Hosts Carol Mitchell and Anzhane Slaughter are women of color and social influencers in their respective demographics. Baby Boomers and Millenials alike will enjoy their lively, inter-generational dialogue, their commentary on current events, their provocative interviews with justice system leaders and > Continue Reading