Let’s celebrate Earth Day, the return of sunshine and Spring by coming together for a fun, family friendly day to learn how we can be healthy, care for our community and honor Mother Earth’s wisdom. Asase Ye Duru is an Akan symbol, from Ghana that means the earth has weight or we honor the importance of the Earth in our lives and in giving us life.
Join us at the 2030 Centre Ave lot on Sunday, April 26 from 11A-6P, as New Voices Pittsburgh closes its 7th Annual Kinks, Locks & Twists: Environmental and Reproductive Justice Conference™ and hosts its first family celebration with the Ujamaa Collective. The Asase Ye Duru Festival will feature a day of activities, cultural performances, dancing, and of course, food!
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412.363.4500. We would love for you to celebrate with us, please check back for regular updates on performers, participants, and final schedule of the day’s activities. This event is FREE!
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