The 8th Annual Afro-Ameri​can & Ethiopian Heritage Celebratio​n

Events News | Black History Month

Washington D.C – The 8th Annual Afro-American and Ethiopian Heritage & Unity Celebration is to be held on Sunday February 26th at the Africa Heritage Dance Center in Washington D.C. The event is part of Black History Month will feature guest speaker Dr. Emma Etuk, author of 14 books including “From David Walker to Barack Obama: Ethiopianists as Keepers of the African Dream.” Dr. Etuk will be presenting the legacy of Frederick Douglas and Pan Africanism, and the celebration will include historians, African storytellers, Ethiopian coffee ceremony, dancers, drummers and artists.

“It has been customary for the last 8 years to break bread, dance, and share our common heritage and culture between the Ethiopian Community and the African community,” says Mr. Tamrat Medhin, Organizer of the event.

If You Go:
Sunday, February 26, 2012, 3-7pm
African Heritage Dance Center
1320 Good Hope Road, S.E.
Washington D.C.
Phone: 202-355-8183 or 202-255-1400


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