This Saturday, CultureCon had its first full summit in Los Angeles.
The event — dubbed the “biggest creative homecoming” — was founded by Imani Ellis in her Harlem apartment and has been hosted in New York City and Atlanta in years past. This year's attendees included diverse creatives, from social media influencers to young change-makers, tech innovators and entrepreneurs.
“I never could have imagined that it would scale like this. We really thought it would stay very intimate, very small,” she tells PEOPLE exclusively. “But I think it just goes to show when people feel seen, they want to tell other people about it and it's just grown so quickly.” Read more on People.com.