Julia Kapilango educational undergrad and graduate experience is from Wayne State University, Henry Ford College and Baker Center for Graduate Studies. People’s Institute for Survival and beyond trained Julia Kapilango in Uprooting Racism. She was part of St. John/Ascension/Enterprising Health Leadership for the largest urban call to action project for social entrepreneurs in Metro Detroit. Julia’s published articles “Racial Justice and the Vocabulary of Faith” “Uprooting Legacy of Racism in Dearborn” appeared in The C.U.R.E McCormick Theological Seminary and Riverwise Magazine. She produced “What is Race?: A cinema photography and intergenerational dialogue for Detroit’s African American Museum. Julia curated the first Black African American exhibition in Dearborn’s Old City Hall. She is the creator of LOL End Racism Comedy Show. Julia took a chance in coordinating a one of a kind millennial only ‘End Racism’ panel series moderated by comedians. She is the designer of ERNow Emoji and Infographic Clothing collection. Julia is an Artspace Project Ambassador and East Downtown Dearborn Development Authority Board Director. She is currently reinventing the National Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs (NABWE), a nationally recognized program by two sitting presidents and Black Enterprise. Julia loves co creating with artists, social entrepreneurs and social responsibility driven institutions.