Fulton Focus is a partnership between WCLK and Fulton County Communications that helps everyone be aware of programs and initiatives available to the nearly 1 million people living in WCLK's home county.
Underground Atlanta has been a proud supporter of WCLK for many years. There is a big event coming up at Underground Atlanta Friday through Sunday, July 25 through the 27th. The 19th Annual Heritage Arts and Soul Festival will include over 30 artists and designers, an artist lecture series, live music, and special heritage events.
For information about all of the events at this year's Heritage Arts and Soul Festival, click here.
Hosea Feed the Hungry extends their summer efforts of helping working families and those families who are less fortunate by hosting their annual Back to School Jamboree. The annual event will be held on Sunday, July 13, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. in the Turner Field Red parking lot.
This event comes just in time for families as they begin to plan for the end of summer and beginning of a new year at school. The event is open to all families and the admission is absolutely free. Children will receive a backpack filled with school supplies.
The Harlem Fine Arts Show continues with it's 5th Year Anniversary nationwide tour in Atlanta June 26 - June 29 at 200 Peachtree Street in Downtown Atlanta.
HFAS 2014, in partnership with the National Black Arts Festival, is one of the largest and most prestigious collections of works featuring African-American emerging and established artists from around the world. Our Atlanta show includes more than 40 artists. Artists from past shows have included Leroy Campbell, Corinthia Peoples, Elizabeth Baez, Woodrow Nash, True African Art, and more.
Going on seven years now, the Atlanta HBCU Alumni Alliance (AHBCUAA) has galvanized thousands of HBCU alumni, family and friends in support of health awareness and scholarship with their annual 5k/10k Run-Walk. This year's event takes stages from Grant Park on Saturday, June 28.
Jorel "JFly" Flynn is an artist, drummer, producer, and writer. He is also the founder of the How BIG Is Your Dream Foundation, a non profit organization whose mission is to promote, educate, and develop the youth in our community to excel in music.
Saturday's Smart N Up Conference features a solution focussed discussion centered toward conquering social injustice within the community. It will be hosted by Tavis Smiley, but the focus is on bringing young people together to generate their own solutions for endemic poverty and inequality.