AfroComicCon Free Youth Community Day - 510 Families

AfroComicCon Free Youth Community Day

“BLAM!” stands for (Black, Latino, Asian, Manifested) presents the third annual AfroComicCon. Free Youth Communiy Day is an educational event of comic book, art, writing and film convention, which is the third day of a three-day AfroComicCon event.

Community Day will feature a host of engaging workshops and panel discussions focused on literacy, comic art, graphic novel, fine art creation, live art, dance and martial art workshops and printing displays. The day is available to youth who will connect and learn from pros in the artistic industries while enjoying art and expression. There will be delicious free food for the kids. FLASH (Fit Like a Super Hero!) returns with workshops and performances of African Diaspora Dance forms, martial arts, and fitness with a superhero theme. Closing with a youth film festival competition where the winners receive prizes!

AfroComicCon is inviting individuals who believe that this is the time to change the status quo, promote diversity, and inclusion to bring the community together.

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/20/19
11:00 am - 4:30 pm

Cost
Free

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(510) 333-9653

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