UJIMA: 3rd Day of Kwanzaa – Eubie Blake Cultural Center

UJIMA: 3rd Day of Kwanzaa - Eubie Blake Cultural Center

UJIMA: 3rd Day of Kwanzaa – Eubie Blake Cultural Center

December 28 – Eubie Blake Cultural Center

Pictured (LtoR) Debra Denley, event caterer; and Leslie Carl Howard, event organizer

Pictured (LtoR) Jamal Moore, Baltimore-based musican/composer/jeweler; David Diongue, Oberlin, Ohio-based musician; and Mamasallah, Baltimore-based international visual artist

Pictured (LtoR) Ishmel Fulton, GBMC process engineer; Sirahn Fulton, 7; and Burgundie Fulton, Jhpiego senior program coordinator

Pictured (LtoR) Salima Gibbs, retired social worker; and Charles Gibbs, retired educator

Pictured (LtoR) From Watoto from the Nile, which performed at the event – Bridgette Fleming, manager; Kamaria McDaniel, group member; and Breona Meade, social media director

Pictured (LtoR) Amanda Morgan, Baltimore-based social work consultant; and Tracie Jiggetts, Connexions: A Community Based Art School teaching artist

Pictured (LtoR) Deborah Joy, community volunteer; Ahmad Onyango, retired construction superintendent; Brenda Grove, Enable Business Development president; and Virgil Perry, Network 32 Access Group president

Pictured (LtoR) Intea DeShields, Charm City Noir owner; Ayele Subria, 6; and Nicole Butler, Baltimore City Community College GED educator

(December 28, 2021) Ujima, the third day of Kwanzaa

Folks gathered at the Eubie Blake Cultural Center for an evening of performances, and the opportunity to mix, mingle and celebrate the holiday.

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