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Ore Yeye Osun: 25th anniversary- Thank you!

Updated: Oct 10, 2022

Manga African Dance is very grateful for being able to reach the silver anniversary of the Osun festival; we owe the success of the 25th Osun Festival celebrated this weekend of September 9 to 11, 2022 to the whole community! Furthermore, we will continue to work harder to meet the hight expectations.

Our thanks go to

  • the Atlanta community for the great support and participation in the 25th Osun Festival.

  • the Fulton County Arts and Culture | the Fulton County- Board of Commissioners| the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta | the Georgia Council for the Arts | the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs | the South Arts | the Little Five Points Center for the Arts and Community| the Loving Helping Hands | the WRFG Radio | Volume

  • the Emma Darnell Aviation Museum and Conference Center and its director Ms. Tae Earl-Jackson and the crew

  • the West End Performing Arts Center and its director Mary Cannon

  • A special thank to Commissioner Natalie Hall and Congressman Mabel Thomas

  • our VIP guests

  • Forum panel moderator ESUYEMI COLEMAN,PH.D.

  • Manga Ohio: Ijo Ugo- Praise Ekeng I Cuba: Egbe Ayan- Enoch DeMar - Baba Shola - Oba I Brazil: AxeBrasil- Ingrid Soares I Haiti: Asakvile- Frank Desire- Jean Louis I Angola Capoeira: Ngolo Mouvement- Contra Mestre Tacheon-Leader I Egbe Sekere of Atlanta- Yeye Olori Maye

  • Manga board, staff, members, and volunteers

Weekend highllight: Manga's proclamation

Manga African Dance was honored to be a recipient of a proclamation presented by Commissioner Natalie Hall of District 4. See below the content for the proclamation.

Manga African Dance. Inc. Appreciation Day (1)
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25th Osun Festival weekend in pictures

Click here to see more pictures in Osun over the years.

Photos credit: Leo Photo Video and Manga Media


We would like to acknowledge our supports.

"This program is supported in part by Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of theGeorgia General Assembly. Georgia Council for the Arts also receives support from its partner agency

- the National Endowment for the Arts."

Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioner.

Funding provided (or funded in part) by a grant from the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.

"This program is supported in part by the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs"


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