Plugged In: African Diaspora & Friends Luncheon

Soul Night Events invites you for food and networking, and conversation, critically addressing and re-thinking contemporary issues around migration, biopolitics and culture, through national integration, communal livelihood and public spirit. A luncheon where you can sample some of our favorite dishes. Expect a warm welcome, a friendly atmosphere and a relaxed ambiance guaranteed to make you feel at home.

This luncheon is a celebration of the rich and diverse culture of people of African and Afro-Caribbean descent and their friends.All are welcome to experience this event which will highlight events and people in the history of African diaspora. Dynamic speakers, some powerful praise and worship and a fun fellowship. As well as, featured music from Africa the continent, the Caribbeans, to modern jazzy, hiphop, rnb, and gospel influences. Delight your tastebuds with some of the more commonly known dishes, like coconut rice, fried plantains, beignets, fried chicken, and a variety of salads, Caribbean and Soul food.

Everyone is encouraged to wear culturally influenced attire. If you don’t have anything Afro-centric wear something that reflects your culture.

*Arrive on time

Reverend Dr. Calvin O. Butts III of the Abyssinian Baptist Church NYC

Congressman Adriano Espaillat of the 13th Congressional District of New York.

Professor Leonard Jeffries

Plugged In: African Diaspora and Friends Luncheon, the luncheon and similar events will help facilitate the development of real projects, the promotion of business opportunities,  and create leads to the careful management of the business development process and the advancement of the African Diaspora.  All our events provide a platform to generate New Contacts, acquire New Knowledge and perhaps identify the Opportunity of a Deal.

Why Attend?

– Expert Speakers

– Decision Makers

– Lunch

– Music and Entertainment Opportunity

$35

More information and confirmed speakers can be found on the website.











When: Sat., September 29, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Soul Night Events invites you for food and networking, and conversation, critically addressing and re-thinking contemporary issues around migration, biopolitics and culture, through national integration, communal livelihood and public spirit. A luncheon where you can sample some of our favorite dishes. Expect a warm welcome, a friendly atmosphere and a relaxed ambiance guaranteed to make you feel at home.

This luncheon is a celebration of the rich and diverse culture of people of African and Afro-Caribbean descent and their friends.All are welcome to experience this event which will highlight events and people in the history of African diaspora. Dynamic speakers, some powerful praise and worship and a fun fellowship. As well as, featured music from Africa the continent, the Caribbeans, to modern jazzy, hiphop, rnb, and gospel influences. Delight your tastebuds with some of the more commonly known dishes, like coconut rice, fried plantains, beignets, fried chicken, and a variety of salads, Caribbean and Soul food.

Everyone is encouraged to wear culturally influenced attire. If you don’t have anything Afro-centric wear something that reflects your culture.

*Arrive on time

Reverend Dr. Calvin O. Butts III of the Abyssinian Baptist Church NYC

Congressman Adriano Espaillat of the 13th Congressional District of New York.

Professor Leonard Jeffries

Plugged In: African Diaspora and Friends Luncheon, the luncheon and similar events will help facilitate the development of real projects, the promotion of business opportunities,  and create leads to the careful management of the business development process and the advancement of the African Diaspora.  All our events provide a platform to generate New Contacts, acquire New Knowledge and perhaps identify the Opportunity of a Deal.

Why Attend?

– Expert Speakers

– Decision Makers

– Lunch

– Music and Entertainment Opportunity

$35

More information and confirmed speakers can be found on the website.

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