Juneteenth celebration centered around inclusive gaming event

Event organizers said there was “something for everyone” at the event.

SEATTLE — Aiming to bring all community members together on June 16, Time knot game is hosting an opening event at the Rainier Arts and Cultural Center in Seattle.

The goal of the event Monday, June 19, is to celebrate Juneteenth’s creativity, inclusivity, and spirit.

Cody Lestelle, Founder of TimeKnot Games said: “We are delighted to celebrate our grand opening on June 10, a day of profound significance in the fight to abolish slavery and promote freedom. do”. “Our goal is to create a more inclusive and accessible game landscape by encouraging diverse voices to participate in game creation and storytelling.”

Lestelle said the event has something for everyone.

The event will feature inspirational keynote speeches by nisi shawlan award-winning local Afrofuturist author, and Big Chief Shaka Zulu, Leader of the Golden Feather Hunters, a Black Masked Tribe of New Orleans. The TimeKnot team says these perspectives on the future of Indigenous Africans and the development of consciousness in the diaspora will provide unique insights for attendees.

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To watch an interview with Thomas Harper, commissioner of the World HalfBall Federation, and Grand Gulla, TimeKnot Community Leader, click on the video player above.

The event takes place from 1 to 8 pm at Rainier Arts and Culture Center at 3515 South Alaska Road in Seattle.

This event is free for everyone.

To sign up for your free ticket, view the full schedule or find design challenges, tournaments and vendor registrations, click here.

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