Los Angeles, CA (BlackNews.com) — Los Angeles residents will come together Thursday, February 1st at 7pm for connection, dialogue, and a celebration of heritage around the theme “Loyalty.” Kolor Society will feature three impactful social influencers representing the past, present, and future.

Zaneta J. Smith, Kolor Society Founder

“The event will offer attendees a chance to boogie and dialogue about the history of African-Americans in politics in Los Angeles, the current state of black boys and men of color, and technological advances and opportunities,” says Zaneta J. Smith, Kolor Society Founder.

Kolor Society is a member-only social club for individuals of the African Diaspora to increase connectivity, partnerships, and standards of living. Just launched in December of 2017, Kolor Society will offer quarterly events in the South Los Angeles area in 2018.

Panelists include:

Joy Atkinson, Executive Director of the L.A. African American Women’s Public Policy Institute; President, Board of Neighborhood Commissioners

Brandon Frame, Award-Winning Chief Visionary Officer of The Black Man Can

Iddris Sandu, Award-Winning Inventor, Software Engineer, and Entrepreneur

This event requires a membership to attend. Apply to join at www.kolorsociety.com.

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