Replacing glass, new signage, Black is Back conference and community marketplace rendering August 19, 2018
This past week, maintenance was done on the future home of the Uhuru Jiko Community Kitchen. Also, on August 11-12, the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations was able to use the beautiful Akwaaba Hall to hold its annual conference. People came from across the country to participate. And work continues to develop the community marketplace and garden space across the street from the Uhuru House.
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Glass was replaced at the future home of the Uhuru Jiko Kitchen.
Donovan, an artist and sign painter, creates the new Uhuru House sign.
The Black is Back Coalition annual conference opened with a dynamic performance by the drumming group, Ngoma.
Black is Back Coalition Steering Committee members Lisa Davis, Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Glen Ford listen to Jihad Abdulmumit during a presentation by the BIBC Political Prisoners Working Group.
The African People's Education and Defense Fund included this rendering in a grant application submitted to help fund lighting, fencing and paving for the community marketplace and garden across the street from the Uhuru House.