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Ubuntu Ujamaa

December 29, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

UBUNTU+UJAMAA:
STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING A SOLID FOUNDATION

In Honor of the 4th Principle of Kwanzaa: UJAMAA, we invite you all to join us as we CELEBRATE FAMILYHOOD & COMMUNITY!!

The Swahili word UJAMAA means ‘extended family’, ‘brotherhood’ or ‘socialism’; while its complement UBUNTU asserts that a person becomes a person through the people or community.

Through this Open Forum “Roundtable” Discussion, Presentation & Workshop, we will explore the various means, methods, and strategies by and through which to build and sustain a positive, healthy, and mutually respectful interactions within our relationships, utilizing concrete examples to illustrate proposed sets of rules, guidelines, suggestions, and points, while offering tools and mechanisms from and with which we each may learn, build, and grow within our immediate relationships, extending outward into the Community.

Facilitated by Mama Aminata & Baba Akinyele Umoja, this Interactive Community Forum is to be a learning experience for all in attendance, as much as it is also a teaching experience, and will provide a perspective through which we may move positively forward toward Building and Strengthening our Familial Foundations.

The event is FREE and Open to the Black Community. Doors Open @ 5:30 pm. Complimentary Refreshments & Afrikan Marketplace. Dinners are also available for sale.

As ALWAYS, Love Donations are Welcome and Encouraged!!

THIS IS AN OPEN FORUM DISCUSSION ALL ARE WELCOME TO CONTRIBUTE

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Details

Date:
December 29, 2015
Time:
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Venue

Omenala Griot African Museum
337 Dargan Pl SW
Atlanta, 30310 United States
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Phone:
404.406.4253
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