Performers from different cultural backgrounds shared their work during the Ubuntu Multicultural Exposé in Lynnwood on Saturday.
Performers included spoken word by Jerod Grant, as well as musical performances by The Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary Drummers & Singers and Thione Diop and Yeke Yeke.
In addition, booths from different groups, including NAACP Snohomish County, Communities of Color Coalition Snohomish County, the Edmonds School District and Providence Health were on-hand for attendees to visit.
–Photos by Natalie Covate
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