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#Swahiliwomens  Bonne semaine à tous.

#Swahiliwomens Bonne semaine à tous.

Things to see in Accra. The Black Star Square, Accra’s ceremonial grounds, the Independence square, and the Freedom and Justice Arch.  Castle Road for a view of Ghana’s Parliament House and the Accra International Conference Center in the country. Independence Avenue to see landmark buildings, including the President’s house, the British settlements, the Later Day Saints and the Mormons Church.  The DuBois Center for Pan African Studies into history, arts, and culture.

Historical Sightseeing Tour Of Accra, 1 Day - Palace Travel

Ja’Net DuBois is shown in 1964 at the time she shared the Broadway stage with none other than Sammy Davis in “Golden Boy.” The Brooklyn-born diva co-wrote and sang the theme from “The Jeffersons” and of course, you know that she was “Willona” on “Good Times” in the 1970s. She is also a co-founder (with Danny Glover and Ayuko Babu) of the Pan African Film & Arts Festival. Photo: John D. Kisch/Separate Cinema Archive/Getty Images.

Ja’Net DuBois aka Willona from “Good Times” co-wrote “The Jeffersons” theme song and shared the stage with Sammy Davis in “Golden Boy”. Ja'Net was born and raised in Brooklyn.

Website of the Pigozzi Collection of Contemporary African Art (involved in introducing Seydou Keita to the west

by Paramount Photographers - Pigozzi Collection 2013 - Contemporary African Art Collection

In the area of Jekyll Island (GA) the weekend of September 15 - 17? If so, you should make it a point to check out the Shrimp & Grits Festival. A celebration of coastal Georgia foodways, the event also features arts & crafts vendors with their self-produced wares, live music, a kids' zone, wildlife demonstrations, and more.  This year Pan-African Arts will be in the mix (in the Yellow Zone) with assorted self-crafted musical instruments: xylophones (bala, gyile), netted gourd rattles…

In the area of Jekyll Island (GA) the weekend of September 15 - 17? If so, you should make it a point to check out the Shrimp & Grits Festival. A celebration of coastal Georgia foodways, the event also features arts & crafts vendors with their self-produced wares, live music, a kids' zone, wildlife demonstrations, and more. This year Pan-African Arts will be in the mix (in the Yellow Zone) with assorted self-crafted musical instruments: xylophones (bala, gyile), netted gourd rattles…

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