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Spotlight on InPDUM's Keep 28 Campaign, organizing for black power! September 09, 2018

On September 2, 2018, Akwaaba Hall hosted a fashion show organized by the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM), led by its dynamic President, Kalambayi Andenet.


InPDUM is leading the Keep 28 Campaign, organizing for black power and
fighting back against the effort to reduce the number of St. Louis
aldermanic wards from 28 to 14.


One of InPDUM's economic development initiatives, UZI Custom Clothing,
produced the fashion show titled: Keep 28 Cultural Fusion Black Power
Sunday Rally.


The Black Power Blueprint newsletter will continue to shine a spotlight
on InPDUM and its tremendous work in the struggle for black power in St.
Louis and around the country.


Below we share with you again some photos from the fashion show and other Black Power Blueprint project work from the past week.


The "Keep 28 Cultural Fusion Black Power Sunday Rally" featured the Re-Vamp'd African Collection by St. Louis designer Jordan Flyy.



The fashion show also featured a DJ and performances by local talent.



InPDUM President Kalambayi Andenet (in the "Black is Beautiful" shirt) stands with community members who came out to participate in the cultural evening.



This past week, work also continued on other Black Power Blueprint properties, part of the project's mission to feed, clothe and house African people. Here, Zion with On Call Heating and Cooling installs a new furnace in one of the buildings.