I Am Aiming for Auntie Jean’s, Afrikan Cultural Market to be more than Just an outlet for buying & selling, But Also A Meeting Place, in a Warm Friendly Family Orientated Environment & with a Great Atmosphere, Somewhere to Network, Socialise have some Fun and Laughter, get and Share Information as to what’s going on in and around Our CommUnity.
I am Aiming for Our People & Families come to Auntie Jean’s Afrikan Culture Market, Not to just pass through but want to stay and Socialise be Edutained have their Sunday Dinner and Make A Full Day Out, and look forward to Coming to the Next Months Afrikan Culture Market.
I am Aiming for Auntie Jean’s, Afrikan Culture Market to be A place that provides a Free Showcase Platform to Promote your Talents, Items, Upcoming Events, Business, Afrikan Centered Schools etc. to Our CommUnity,
I am Aiming to Encourage Spoken Word, Song & Dance, (No Profanities, Strictly, Family Orientated Events) Talks on Health & Fitness, Spiritual, Political And Topical Topics that’s Beneficial to Our Community.
If Anyone wants to Perform stall holders included they can, If you want to use the Showcase Platform to Promote yourself or make a Presentation for your Products you can. (Just inform your intention, to be added to a schedule).
Each Month The ShowCase Platform will feature Specialist Guest Speakers
More Importantly a Chance and a Reason to get Together with Our Children Included, that way Our Children can get to Meet and Know More of Our Community.
Remember…….OUR CHILDREN IS OUR ONLY FUTURE.
Let’s show Our Children that as a people we can BE as ONE.
This is my small part in helping to bring UNITY to Our CommUNITY. A Regular Family Orientated Event/Meeting Place is Very Much Needed in Our Community. That’s what drives me to keep going.
Website url: http://auntiejean.info/
Email Address: auntiejean2 [at] outlook [dot] com
Telephone: 07961 886 032
African ancestry talks. Paul Crooks is a published author. He is also a trailblazing genealogist with a special interest in African Caribbean ancestry. He is credited with inspiring an upsurge in interest among people wanting to explore their Black and British ancestry. He traced his family history back 6 generations, to ancestors captured of the West African coast and enslaved on a sugar plantation in Jamaica. Paul gained national recognition for his work when his novel Ancestors was published in 2002. He appeared on Who Do You Think You Are? (Moira Stuart). His second book A Tree Without Roots is the authentic guide to tracing African, British and Asian Caribbean History.
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