BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Since 1993, Manga has educated the community about African cultures through dance and drumming, teaching people about the impact of dance as a hobby and as a path to fitness and lifetime experience. By holding the Black History Month program, Manga's goal is to contribute to the exposure of children and adults to exercise, reading, and dance performance from Africa and the Diaspora, and showing the connection between African-American heritage and Africa.
Manga would like to thank
the guest speakers
for making Black History Month another meaningful and successful month
2021- BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Sunday, February 14, 2021
3:00 pm- 5:00 pm
Sunday, February 21, 2021
3:00 pm- 4:30 pm
The national theme this year is The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity.Click here to read the article about the theme by the Association of the Study of African American Life and History ( ASALH).
Manga partners with The Brown Middle School with a program supported by the Georgia Council for the Arts, that started in January to provide African dance and drumming classes, culminated by a performance by Manga to kick-off the Black History Month celebration in February. Manga is also sponsoring a virtual program for the general public.
Black History Month 2020 program
Theme: The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diveristy
February 14, 3pm- 5pm:
Storytelling by Mama Koku
Performance by Manga
Q and A with Ramatu Sabbatt, director of Manga African Dance Inc., an African born and American citizen.
February 21, 3pm- 4:30pm:
Conversation on The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diveristy with
Dr.Yvonne Montell, Innnovative trainer and Team Leader
Kenneth Zakee, Spoken Word and Visual Artist.
Praise Ekeng, Dance teacher and choreographer.
Perks: Get 1 admission from your $10 donation at the Black History Month Family Fun day to our youth drum making workshop in March; ( applies to Middle and High school studemts).
Please consider donating to support us. Thank you!
CASH APP: $MangaAfricanDanceInc
Check: please make check payable to Manga African Dance, and mail it to
Atlanta, GA 30302
BLACK FAMILY: REPRESENTATION, IDENTITY AND DIVERSITY