Kweku Roberson

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Kweku Riverson CEO of DeGraft INC and professionally known as the Modern African Mystic. Modern African Mystic is a activator and motivator, who has amassed a wealth of knowledge and proficiency in business, sales, sales management and leadership. WSCACL is extending their gratitude to have such powerful and dynamtic person among WSCACL tribe @modernafricanmystic #AfricanHolidayParty! […]

African Print Takeover

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Here is the list of sponsors we would like to recognize – African Print takeover – Catfish Corner – Kweku Riverson – Kicheko Project – Chi Love – Aziswa – Zambian Association – Malwai Seattle Association We would start with African print take over The African decor you never thought you needed. Sending out a […]

Thank you WSCACL Team, NW Seattle Gambian Association, DOH, & Care-A-Van for making our Snohomish Vacc. Clinic on Nov. 27th a huge success! We Vaxxed 48 ppl including 11 youth!!! #CommunityImmunity!!

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Thank you Dijah’s Kitchen for the yummy Gambian food. We were happy to see everyone enjoy their gift cards just, snacks, and Palm oil. We look forward to help support NW Seattle Gambian Association’s Vaccination Clinic on December 19th along with fellow partner, Africans on the Eastside.  

Thank you WSCACL Team, ZACUSA, DOH, & Care-A-Van for making our Kent Vacc. Clinic on Nov. 20th a huge success! We Vaxxed 53 ppl in 2 hours!!! #CommunityImmunity!!

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Thank you to Care-A-Van & DOH Team for making my own Moderna booster shot a quick and painless process. Love my stainless steel water canister and all my Vaxx’d up goodies! Big Thanks to Moyo Kitchen for all the tasty food and Chai. Lots of happy Vaxxers interested in going to your restaurant.  

Thanks to the generous support of the Seattle Foundation we were able to fund our Fall Quarterly Meeting on October 30, 2021!

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Seattle Foundation’s @seattlefoundation Operation Capacity COVID-19 Phase III grant Allowed the Coalition to hire our first staff, who worked hundreds of volunteer hours over the past two years and through the pandemic to support our African descent communities, and to fund our 1st In Person Quarterly Meeting since February 2020. Thank you Elders of Distinction […]