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Blogger Week: Multicultural Digital Media - Washington, DC

Updated: May 2, 2020

"Blogger Week 2019 is a multicultural festival of bloggers, journalists, and social media mavens hosted by Black Bloggers Connect. Blogger Week™offers workshops, panels, and networking events and one day of the official Blogger Week UnConference held in Washington, DC, October 12th, 2019.

Hundreds of entrepreneurs came out to Bloggers Week. The unconference featured, influencers, industry experts, and top Entrepreneurs leading different workshops and panels. The attendees came from over 30 different states and provinces to enjoy the chance to trade advice and stories with fellow entrepreneurs.

This year's, Blogger Week featured a Facebook Live interview with Black bloggers on the rise, the Blogger Week Networking Mixer, and the largest event, the Blogger Week UnConference, with bloggers from across the nation. 

Credit: @travelnistaonthemove

Blogger Week was founded in 2014 by a cultural storyteller and communications specialist, Jessica Ann Mitchell Aiwuyor (J.A.M. Aiwuyor). As a graduate of Syracuse University’s, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and Pan African Studies master’s programs, J.A.M. Aiwuyor has dedicated her career to advancing and elevating multicultural communications. Aiwuyor, a D.C. based writer and multicultural communications specialist, has also created a social network while earning her Master of Science in Public Relations at the prestigious S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.

Today, over 14,000 bloggers and digital media professionals receive support and training from Black Bloggers Connect. To stay connected with Bloggers Week events and news, follow the organization on Instagram.

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