2:45PM Book Signing at Liberation Farm Booth 43
The Little Prince is an One Act Afro Futuristic Play Set in the year 2035.
Jillian a Black American woman has applied to be one of a few American chosen to colonize the moon. the The play begins with her final Interveiw but all is not what it seems - hidden agendas and secrets are revealed.
Sponsored by Liberation Farm
Plant Your Own Seeds & Paint Your Own Pot
Children receive free plant seeds & pot set
Capacity Limit: 20 children
Age Limit: 4-10 year-olds
4-7 year-olds must have parents present at workshop
On August 13th Workshop Registration begins 12:00PM
Workshop Registration ends 1:00PM
Learn techniques to weightlifting to maximize your strength in the safest way possible.
Houiea will use a combination of Shamanism, IFA and the Akashic records to break generational curses and heal the intergenerational trauma associated and accumulated with them. During this presentation, participants will go deep into their bloodlines to see what needs to be seen, experience what needs to be experienced and heal what needs to be healed under the protective and safe guidance of our honorable ancestors!
Hosted by LoriKim Alexander and Fred "Doc" Beasley
DJ DP One on the turntables
Dynamic speakers include:
*The international teen educator Genesis Butler!
*Baltimore's Brenda Sanders from Vegan Soulfest!
*Midwest Soul Vegfest GiGi the Vegan!
*Brooklyn's Cynthia King Dance and her amazing little dancers!
*Liberation Farm's urban planting hands-on workshop for children by Nadia Muyeeb!
*"Plant Hero" our Cannabis Consultant!
*Performances by Mecca Godzilla & JustKing Jones!
*Founder Omowale Adewale author of two vegan books
Expect a wide-array of options such as Shakti Wellness Bar (Alkaline & Afro-Caribbean Food) - Sabrosa Vegana (Puerto Rican Vegan Food) Fresh Factor (Fresh Juices) - Sofia & Grace Cookie Co. (Desserts) - Food Truck by Ox's Way and lots more!!!
1. Grab your ticket free//VIP//donation by July 30
---Bring your children, friends & loved ones!!---
2. On August 13, Come and register at the entrance table
3. Pick up your free Black VegFest event program
4. Grab free items and purchase a reusable bag and souvenirs
5. Find some blanket space on the lawn with friends
6. Search for on-going workshops and special presentations
7. Check out Black art, clothing and vegan resources for sale
8. Vegan Food will be everywhere...Arrive early!
9. Meet new people and exchange ideas about Black culture and veganism
10. 6:00PM to 8:00PM find a special somebody and tell you love them.
11. VIP members, we have a special thank you for yall
We need to Build & Cultivate Black Space is about love but it's also about liberation. Fannie Lou Hamer said it, WEB Dubois, Assata Shakur said it, Malcolm X said it, and even Booker T. Washington said it. The brightest sons and daughters and (I hope they would say) non-binary persons will rise to the occasion for their Community.
First, we need to gather the conversations about ourselves and what we care about in safe space. We can discuss if we care about animals? Do we believe in a vegan lifestyle? Do we fill we are choked by police containment, poor health options in our community or a corrupt legal system? Do we disunite with fracking for natural gas? What is reparations to you? What do you use for self-care? How do you participate in trade (money, skills, product, etc.)?
As we move week-to-week, we will rebalance our time with Black conversations with Black actions and Black objectives with Black deliverables. It simply means, focus on your Black-self or goals...not what society wants.
Volunteer with us. Anybody can volunteer with Black VegFest.