More glimpses into the 2013 Heal the Community tour to enjoy! Part III
So many people helped to make the Heal the Community tour a success. These tours have become so important to our community outreach programs as we do not receive corporate funding or government funding or any funding other than from The People. We have been a grassroots organization for years and years and it is hard sometimes to ‘maintain’ but we remain an example of what people can do together when love and community join forces!
introducing aspiring musicians to the obokano lyre at Ujamaa Shule in D.C.
with youth after event at University of California at Santa Barbara
BSU event at San Francisco State University
with youth after event at Rutgers University in New Jersey
Q&A session after premier of Mama C documentary in LA at Pan African Film Festival PAFF
with BSU students at San Francisco State U event
with spiritual warriors at PAFF premier of the Mama C documentary
these are some of the children who are part of the Leaders of Tomorrow Children’s Home at UAACC!
with watoto at Ujamaa Shule one of the oldest African centered schools in the U.S.
the children at Kilombo Academic and Cultural Institute in Atlanta give us hope for a healing future