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UrbanT is the center of connection for the Urban community.
Here, at UrbanT - Connections are made by communicating information, celebrating culture and having curated conversations that elevate our collective Urban experience.
Check out the community calendar, episodes of WOKE Wednesday or popular blog posts relevant to the Urban community.
UrbanTsyr, a division of UrbanT, is Syracuse's premiere source of information on events, activities and programming. People frequent the site to check out what's happening around town. They want the T and here is where they find it. Let's fill this calendar! Find out how to post your events below.
The WOKE Wednesday show is a LIVE social media show that explores relevant topics of discussion to help the community stay WOKE or to get WOKE on what is happening in the world, in our communities and in our personal lives.
Become a part of the WOKE Wednesday family by sponsoring an event. Fill out the WOKE Wednesday sponsor interest form and let me know what kind of shows your business would like to support.
The Community Blog is a representation of the topics relevant to the Urban Community. Connect with me to let me know what you want to read about here and also to share your original work.
Promote Your Event
Fill out the Event Promotion Form
Attach event flyer HERE
**Each event will be vetted within 48 hours for publication on the site. We look forward to sharing your event!
Sponsor A WOKE Wednesday Show
Fill out the WOKE Wednesday Sponsor Interest Form and let us know what types of topics your business would like to support or if you would like to be considered as a featured guest.
We can't wait to connect with you!
My name is Latisia and I am the Owner and CEO of Urban T. UrbanT is the center of connection for the Urban community. Connections are made by communicating information, celebrating culture and having curated conversations that elevate our collective Urban experience.
I started UrbanTsyr, a division of UrbanT, out of a desire to solve the problem of lack of diversity at events around the City of Syracuse. I felt like my community would benefit from the the same good information that I was privy to and found that the issue was in access and awareness.
UrbanT brings this venture full circle as it is the central repository for information impactful and relevant to the Urban community. UrbanT will inform, inspire and instigate positive personal, professional and social change within the Urban community.
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