Highlights of the Third Annual Juneteenth (Not Yet Uhuru) Freedom and Music Festival 2015

Houston, TX –  The All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) 5th Ward Community Garden held its third annual Juneteenth (Not Yet Uhuru) Freedom and Music Festival on Saturday, June 20, 2015.

Dr. Aisha Fields, AAPDEP’s International Director was the keynote speaker.

 

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The One Africa! One Nation! Marketplace featured Arts and Crafts, good foods and drinks, clothing and accessories, music and more.

The festival had speakers, artists, including Hip Hop, Reggae, Rythym and Blues, Soul and Gospel.

 

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