Spanning three days from October 10th through the 12th, this year’s All for All Summit features community tours to help attendees go deeper in experiencing the real Pittsburgh, a daylong interactive forum on immigrant inclusion, and a block party with local and international performers to celebrate the city’s multicultural roots.

All activities are Pay What Makes You Happy! Not sure what to give? Click on each ticket option for a suggested donation.

Thursday 10/10, 2:00PM – 5:00PM: Neighborhood Tours

Hop on a trolley for a deep dive into Pittsburgh through the lens of immigrants, Black Americans, and youth on the intersection of economic development, community-building, and the arts. Tour-goers can expect to visit community organizations and cultural landmarks and hear from local business owners, community leaders, and cultural creators on their Pittsburgh experience. The tours are curated in partnership with The Global Switchboard.

Friday 10/11, 8AM – 3PM: Interactive Forum

A day-long gathering on the role of immigrants in our community and local economy, as well as the intersection of immigrant inclusion in the arts, community-building, and economic development.

Yummyholic founder Jasmine Cho will emcee and lead attendees through a day of speakers, performances, and topics that challenge and inspire. Watch her amazing TED Talk.

What to Expect: Hear from national and local leaders, learn through action-oriented workshops, network with new contacts from across the region, and celebrate culture. Sessions include The Changing Face of Our Workforce, Using Language Access Services, and How to Build a More Welcoming US.

The forum will kick off with a fireside chat led by Kelly Strayhorn Theater Executive Director janera solomon in conversation with Manchester Bidwell Corporation CEO Bill Strickland. Mayor Peduto will join the post-lunch plenary.

Additional local speakers include: Uber Head of Safety Nat Beuse, Allegheny Conference on Community Development Director of Economic Inclusion and YNGBLKPGH Founder Brian Burley, Global Wordsmiths Founder and Director Mary Jayne McCullough, The Ellis School Director of Equity & Inclusion Ciera Young, Allegheny Health Network Doula & Community Health Worker Aurora Ortiz, community advocate Satvika Neti, and Global Minds youth leader Jose Flores.

Who Should Attend: Whether an expert or novice to the work of building communities and spaces that are inclusive of immigrants, the convening will deepen understanding of why this work matters in Pittsburgh and what steps attendees can take in their day to day work and community.

8:00AM Registration + Breakfast

8:45AM Cultural Performance

9:00AM Welcome + Keynote

10:00AM Morning Sessions

  • The Changing Face of Our Workforce
  • Using Language Access Services in Your Work

11:30AM Networking + Lunch

12:30PM Afternoon Plenary

  • State of Immigration, Building a More Welcoming US

1:15PM Coffee Break

1:30PM Afternoon Session

  • Reimagining Pittsburgh, Co-Creating Solutions

2:30 PM Impact Talks

3:00PM Wrap Up + Performance

3:30PM Networking Reception

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Saturday 10/12, 3:00PM – 10:00PM: Block Party

Dance to live music performed by local and international artists. Eat delicious food from around the world. Check out work made by local artisans. Presented in partnership with Pete Spynda of Pandemic and Pittonkatonk, and Kelly Strayhorn Theater.

In addition to local artists like 1Hood, the Block Party will include special guests from around the world:

  • Mourning [A] BLKstar
  • RAM
  • Cumbia River Band

Thank You to Our Sponsors + Partners!

Allegheny Health Network, City Theatre, Cohen & Grigsby, Kelly Strayhorn Theater, Pandemic, Pittonkatonk, The Global Switchboard, Salem’s Market & Grill, and UPMC.