Monday, September 19, 2022
While only recently having joined The Unity Museum as a Board Member, Kibibi Monié is very active in the city of Seattle. This week at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute and Theatre 50th Aniversary, Kibibi Monié was recognized with honor and asked to perform a speech. After a number of Seattle's most upstanding influencers of the arts reminisced about the cultural center, musical artists played and food was served outside. Also this week, she opened a poetry reading with a laureate at the local SoulFood CoffeeHouse. Kibibi Monié is the Executive Director of Nu Black Arts West Theatre, the oldest African American Theater Company in the Pacific Northwest, and we are happy to support her and have her serving on our board. For a video recording, click Read more
Saturday, August 20, 2022
In collaboration with UHeights Community Center, The Unity Museum participated in a Pop Up fair. Our booth centered on Climate Change, Coronavirus and Pandemics, Genocide, and the solution to some of these problems. Volunteers greeted guests with conversation, exploring their ideas and visions for today's most immediate issues. Other booths sold social justice T-Shirts and advertised familiy activities. On stage was local Hip Hop group King Khazm followed by a group of Aztec dancers and drummers. A young group of local singers lifted up the spirit of hundreds of onlookers. Invitations to visit our museum were handed out. For video recordings, click Read more
Sunday, August 14, 2022
After visiting The Unity Museum as part of a Sunday Brunch Talks event, Dr. Stephen Phelps, Ph. D. Cosmology from Princeton University, returned with a talk on Mysticism & Science. His ideas ranged from fundamental physics to the circle of existence, and included topics like bringing back the sacred and entropic collapse of the universe. Following an intermission and refreshments, he fielded questions about community building, being a vegan, and other contemporary issues. We hope to have him visit again real soon! For video recording, click "Read more"
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A block from the U District light rail station, you will discover a world of history and ideas (and refreshments!)
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Admission to the museum is always free, Open 11 am to 2:30 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
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