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A HUGE thank you goes out to EVERYONE who supported the African Threads: Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival fundraiser. It was an absolute blast!

Our event sponsor: The Annapolis Chapter of Delicados, Inc. Our amazing performers of the evening: KARMA Showcase Band, Capoeira Social Project Baltimore, Ltd, and Jazz Mosaic. Thank you to all of our donors for their contributions to the raffles, goodie bags, door prizes, and silent auction. Our entertaining MCs of the evening: Ashley of Annapolis Power 99.1 and Terrell Freeman. Our awesome photographer Moe Taylor of ArtLifeStudio and videographer Reesie of James Video. The friends and family members who rallied to help organize and assist the night of the event. ADEK Productions for a great venue and great sound support. The Planning Committee for all of their hard work in making the fundraiser come to successful fruition. And last but not least, everyone who donated or bought tickets to the event. With your support, the festival will live on!

Details about the 2015 Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival will be announced soon. If you would like to be involved by volunteering or joining the board, please e-mail us at

The Rich Tradition

The name Kunta Kinte brings to mind the saga of Roots written by Alex Haley. Mr. Haley, a descendant of Kunta Kinte, unveiled the power of his family's personal experience when he wrote Roots, his international best seller. Learn More

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