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."

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Is There a Lover of Ancestors Out There?

The Keepers of the Way committee consists of Iya Alajoye Sangofemi, Iya Omitade Ifatoosin Adediran, Iya Omilade Woodard, Iya Sangoyemi Troupe, Aiyetoro Kamau, Motunrayo Hubbard, Iya Omitola McIntosh. Without the persistent effort of these people, this event would not happen.


But we are always looking for good people who want to help us to bringing healing to our communities. So if you have a love of ancestors, you honor and keep your word without excuses, will DO instead of talk about what you are going to do and want to participate in an activity that brings our people together. Get in contact with one of the people above and let us put you to work.

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