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 Who is the Black Family Celebration for?     
 The Black Family Celebration has an open door policy​: It is our mission to rebuild the African American Families by identifying issues and providing solutions, but all are welcome.

 What does the BFC Committee hope to accomplish?
We hope to revive the BFC to it's original state.  It is the only event of it's kind in the area.  If we let it die, there are no alternatives for the community.
  What sets the Black Family Celebration Revival Committee apart from other organizations?
 BFC Revival Committee partners with previous Coordinators to preserve the components which made it successful, while filling the voids that the other committees do not.
What are the BFC's features?
The BFC currently offers:
  • Free Food- The BFC provides a free barbeque buffet for guest on Saturday (September 3), starting at 2 p.m and brunch following Praise in the Park (September 4) at noon.

  • Live Music- The BFC Choir will offer selections throughout the day, and DJ Slice will spin the tunes into the evening.

  • Vendors- Local vendors will be on hand to sell their merchandise to patrons.

  • Speakers- Guest speakers will provide words of inspirations to guest.  Past speakers include: U.S> Commissioners, Mayors, and Local Clergy.

  • B-Ball Tournaments- A BFC staple, allows teams to play for trophies.  There is a $300 entry fee to play in the tournament.

  • Other features: Games for children and adults, Face Painting, Bounce Houses and SO MUCH MORE!!!!

Local statistics

  • Michiana population is 320,740

  • 11.6% are Black/ African American

  • Per capita income of Michiana is $49,117

  • 26.3% of Blacks/ African Americans live in poverty

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