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, May 7, 2015
June 21, 2015 is the Adult Field Day at WASHINGTON PARK. We are hosting this as our fundraising effort for the Ancestor Celebration that will be held the following Sunday, June 28th.
Join us for a great time and help our worthy cause. Simply complete the form, pay via PayPal (using the donate button) and come out for a great day.
Keepers of the Way are always looking for individuals who are willing to help with the annual celebration. This is a community event and all are welcome. If you are interested in volunteering during the Annual Ancestor Celebration please email Iya Sangoyemi at firstname.lastname@example.org
This year celebration will be June 28th in Atlanta, Ga. More details to come.
I am the light I am their light After the tears, the pain, the struggles I am the light I am their light Left behind to carry the torch I am the torch I am the light I am their light I am their hopes and dreams I am the light I am their light
Be light of your ancestors, Celebrate and honor them