Sunday, March 22, 2015
206 Zulu – Universal Zulu Nation Seattle Chapter is inviting you to attend the Community Outreach / Zulu Orientation, taking place at the historic Washington Hall in Seattle, Sunday, March 22nd.
The purpose of this orientation is to provide an opportunity for those within the greater Pacific Northwest/Washington to learn about 206 Zulu’s history, projects, programs and get involved. We will speak upon Hip Hop culture and the Universal Zulu Nation’s history over the last 40+ years and it’s positive impact with young people around the globe. Additionally, we want to have an open forum to find out how the 206 Zulu Nation may be able to help better serve our community.We are reaching out to the many people who share an interest in preserving and elevating Hip Hop culture, unifying the scene, as well as working within the community, especially young people to bring forth positive change.
We are reaching out to young people, elders, Hip Hop fans and practitioners, deejays, emcees, b-boys and b-girls, graffiti/visual artists, producers, educators, students, media, activists, healers, doctors, lawyers, writers, journalists, organizers and other organizations, and any like-minded individuals who are concerned about our community and would like to be a part of one of the fastest growing and longest lasting Hip Hop organization since its inception.
If you are interested in participating and/or would like more information, please respond to email@example.com with ‘Attending 3–22-15’ in the headline of your email so that we can be best prepared with accommodations.
When: Sunday, March 22, 2015
Where: Washington Hall
153 14th Ave
Seattle, WA 98108
The Universal Zulu Nation is synonymous with the founding family of Hip Hop. It is a grassroots community-based organization that was begun by a young student named Afrika Bambaataa in the Bronx borough of New York City in 1973. Acknowledged internationally as the Godfather of Hip Hop culture, it was his vision to empower communities by uniting the artistic elements of Hip Hop, and the UZN has since grown into a vast, international network of Hip Hop artists, organizers, and activists, dedicated to preserving and promoting the culture.
206 Zulu, Seattle’s chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation, was founded in 2004 by King Khazm, and has since received wide recognition for the precedence it has set in community building, education, outreach, activism, and artistic excellence. Since its inception, 206 Zulu has taken the UZN motto of “Knowledge, Wisdom, and Understanding” to another level for the next generation.