African Heritage Network of Luton Kwanzaa Family Fun Day – Sunday 10th August 2014

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On Sunday 10th August 2014, I took the family on a road trip up the M1 to support the African Heritage Network of Luton’s Summer Kwanzaa held at the University of Bedfordshire Postgraduate Centre. This event was an opportunity for the community to come together and promote the positive values of Kwanzaa which will give a sense of togetherness and hope for the future. The event featured African Drummers, African Dancers, Talent showcase and a Raffle. There were also stalls selling Afrocentric products.

Due to the heavy rain, we arrived late but was able to catch the presentation by Sis Leah Salmon and other performers on the day and mingle with the other delegates. 

 

 

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