Join Rhythm ‘N Dance for a festive occasion of live performances and food at Shea Yeleen‘s African Cultural Celebration on December 18. In addition to a performance by Rhythm ‘N Dance Collective, you can learn about fair trade and support women-owned Shea butter producers in West Africa through your holiday gift shopping. Shea Yeleen will be offering special holiday pricing on all gift packages!
This is a FREE public event.
When: December 18th, 2010, 11am-3pm
Where: Eastern Market North Hall (indoors)
225 7th Street, SE. (1.5 Blocks North of Eastern Market Metro on 7th Street).
Entertainment will be provided throughout the day in the form of African drumming, spoken word artists, dancers, and a healthy eating demo by our friend, Core Connection Lifestyle. Enjoy a selection of food vendors and fresh natural juices by Air Juice will be available for purchase.
Shea Yeleen International’s mission is to empower women producers of Shea butter in West Africa to achieve economic independence. We organize women owned cooperatives to produce, market, and sell high-quality Shea butter while providing them with production, finance, and business training. In addition, we work to educate US consumers about the importance of buying fair trade Shea butter products and the critical impact of their purchases on West African women. Support fair trade by purchasing high quality Shea butter personal care gifts for the holidays!
See you on the festival dance floor!