Asante Sana (thank you) to all those brothers and sisters who joined us for the 19th year of celebrating our Aboriginal Indigenous and Afrikan heritage, cultural awareness, and self-determination, your support is much appreciated!
Come on Home, Unite with a Positive Energy October 4 and 5, 2014 for the
Imhotep Institute Charter High School
6201 North 21 St. , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19138
The Kuumba Family Organizing Committee invites you to join us for an open and frank intergenerational panel discussion about the natural hair experience.
Featuring panelists: Dr. Akosua Ali-Sabree, Psychotherapist, Basiymah M. Bey, 4th APG of the UNIA-ACL, Rahnda Rize, Artist, Folosade Bey, Natural Hair Specialist, and Sakinah C. Sabree, Moderator.
Debates, articles, short films, even Tel-A-lie-Vision shows about our hair have become commonplace. However, like many things that effect Africans in the Diaspora/ Aboriginal Indigenous people everyone else is defining and redefining what this thing, this fever, this political, economic, mental, emotional physical and spiritual wonder, this natural hair experience... actually is and means.
This community educational event also serves as a fundraiser for the
20th Annual InternationalLocks Conference: Natural Hair, Wholistic Health and Beauty Expo
Date: Saturday, March 22, 2014
Time: doors open at 5:00 PM
Place: Black Angel Café- 4414 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia 19144- second floor
Call all Africans in the Diaspora and Aboriginal Indigneous folks who want to share their natural khrown experience
The 20th year of celebrating the Annual International Locks Conference: Natural Hair, Wholistic health and Beauty Expo will happen October 4 and 5, 2014 . In 2004 /2005 the Kuumba Family Organizing Committee in honor of the founder Sharon l. Goodman and to commemorate the 10th year of the Locks Conference we produced volume 1 of Hair PieceZ: The Anthology.
As promised volume two is now being compiled. So all those who expressed an interest in having their poetry, short stories, art, songs, and/or prose considered as part of this special publication please contact us at 215-438-8189 for submission guidelines.
All submissions must be submitted before May 1, 2014