Who We Are

Who We Are: "We are a collaboration of families of African Traditional practitioners coming together to venerate our Ancestors for the perpetual healing of our communities."About our favicon: Fawohodie, an adinkra symbol meaning the "symbol of independence, freedom, emancipation". From the expression: Fawodhodie ene obre na enam. Literal translation: "Independence comes with its responsibilities."

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Auction Item of the Day--29 March

Yes, it has been a few days since Auction Item of the Day has been posted. We had some lag time transferring photos from one person to another. But we are back in business, at least for the next few days to here is the next item that is up for bids in our auction.


This is a sculpture hand- made of hardened fabric that can be kept inside or outdoors. It stands 17 inches tall on a metal base that is 4 X 4 inches. Although the sculpture looks metallic, it is actually fabric. This item goes with any d├ęcor and would be particularly stunning on an end table or book shelf.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Auction Item of the Day--Monday, 26 March

Here is yet another magnificent item that appears in our auction.  Enjoy the Elements!!! This Earth, Wind and Fire three CD collection with box and book of memories, will take you back to when you first heard the wonderful sound of this group. Each CD includes the best of from 1971-75, 1975-77, and 1978-89. Don't miss out on this great collection.


If you would like this collection, go to the auction and make your bid.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Auction Item of the Day--Sunday, 25 March

Day Two of Auction Item and we present a shekere, named Mardi Gras. The beautiful musical instrument will brighten any invocation you want to make to Spirit.

If you want, Mardi Gras, let your voice be heard. Go to the auction and place your bid. Mardi Gras could be yours.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Auction Item of the Day

Our on-line Auction on behalf of Keepers of the Way has so many wonderful items that we decided to feature and item each day so that you can see what's line. When you see the gift or personal item that you really want, click here and go make a bid.


This handmade greeting card is crafted with quality card stock paper of various designs.

"Black is Beautiful" - each intricate piece is hand cut and placed with delicate care to create the finished product. A blank side panel is available to write your personalized greeting.

Volunteers Needed

As we near the upcoming ancestor celebration, we need a few volunteers to help us complete a specific task. Can you register people on the day of the event? Can you act as security for the event? Can you help us secure vendors?

These and many other tasks are what we need help with and you may be just the person to do it. In service to your ancestors, how can you go wrong?

If you have the desire to help and want to volunteer, please go to our volunteer page.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Change of Venue

Just so we are all clear, the venue for the Ancestor Celebration has changed!! It is now being held at Omenala Griot African Teaching Museum, 337 Dargan Place SW, Atlanta, 30310.

The call is increasing so make sure you mark your calendar for May 20th and come around to be a part of this event.

Monday, March 19, 2012

It's Coming!

The time is drawing near. Two more months to go and preparations continue for our 2nd Annual Ancestor Celebration. Its success is in our hands. Remembering their resilience, their perseverance, their commitment, let this celebration of Ancestors truly reflect the satisfying outcome of collective and diligent work.