Events

2012/13 Event Dates:

February 22, 2014:
 

Women In Action Breakfast Meeting; Smith Rec. Center 
Admission: $15.00 

May , 2014: (TBA)
Malcolm X Forum; Fayetteville State University Campus 
Admission: Free and open to all

August 24, 2013:
Umoja Festival; Smith Recreation Center, Seabrook Park 
Admission: Free and open to all
*Rain date: August 31, 2013
Press Release: UMOJA FESTIVAL
Vendor Application: (click here

December 28, 2013: 
Kwanzaa Celebration; Smith Recreational Center 
Admission: Free and open to all

August 22 – October 5, 2013:
Culture Heritage Exhibition: Power of Sounds & Rhythms, Music Instruments from West Africa (Nigeria, Liberia, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Ivory Coast and Senegal)
Collaboration project between: Umoja Group Inc., Department of Performing & Fine Arts; Rosenthal Gallery (Fayetteville State University), Culture & Heritage Alliance, Ellington-White Community Development Corporation.
Admission: Free and open to all

Ongoing Community Book Project: Wall of Honor (Murals)

In order to keep bringing to the community these programs, Umoja will need the financial support of all especially: individuals, businesses, organizations and foundations. Any amount will be appreciated and all your donations are tax-deductible.

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