Tag: pierce county

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
11

Ride The Bus with THA & HAC: Gentrification and Development in Hilltop

Filed Under: - Posted @ 10:00pm

Join Brendan Nelson (Hilltop Action Coalition) and Alyssa Torrez (Tacoma Housing Authority) in a discussion about housing and transit developments in Hilltop and how they can affect local residents. Register today!

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

Feb
26

Destiny City Film Festival

Filed Under: - Posted @ 7:00am

Destiny City Film Festival (DCFF) will present its eighth edition from February 26 to March 7, 2021 in a hybrid format featuring virtual screenings and limited in-person events! In addition to 10 days of film screenings, the Festival, funded by Tacoma Creates, will feature informative and entertaining panels and workshops curated by the DCFF Advisory > Continue Reading

Feb
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

Feb
26

#DesignTheHill – 11th & MLK – Design Lab 1

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

It’s time to design the block of 11th and MLK. Come get hands on and lets build our future. This is a public event and all participants can join and collaborate directly as we frame out ground floor business space, community space, affordable housing units, all infused with Hilltop culture, history, and spirit for our > Continue Reading

Feb
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

Feb
12

Government Volume, Philanthropic Flexibility Ensure CARES Act Dollars Reach Pierce County Residents 

Filed Under: PIERCE COUNTY CONNECTED - Posted @ 2:59pm

Even with a massive infusion of federal dollars, getting money to those who need it most isn’t easy. When Pierce County received $158 million in CARES Act funding last summer, the money came with a tight deadline to get it out to the community: December 31, 2020.   Heather Moss, the director of Human Services in Pierce County, explains > Continue Reading