Awesome interview to discuss the upcoming Kwanzaa Celebration with Dayton Africana Elder’s Council Tuesday Dec. 26-Sunday January 1, 2018.
Irene Wade interviews Mama Nozipo Glenn, Professor Amaha Sellassie, Tiffany Brown NP, and Sharon Dugger. The discuss the seven principles of Kwanzaa and how important those principles are to building community and honoring our culture and heritage.
Mama Nozipo Glenn, community activist, Elder of Dayton Africana Elder’s Council, one of the pillars in our community, Queen Mama, and community photographer.
Professor Amaha Sellassie is the director of the Center of Applied Social Issues, co-director of West Dayton Strong, President of Gem City Market, and Nation Builder of Dayton Africana Elder’s Council.
Tiffany Brown a nurse practitioner, community activist, radio show host of Healthy Living on Air of WDAO Dayton, and co-director of West Dayton Strong Youth Program.
Sharon Dugger a native Daytonian, a proud mother, creator and founder of Just Oil Hair and Body Solutions, she is also very active in the Nguzo Saba and Developing Butterflies, a big sister program in Dayton, OH.