Muungano Unity Day
The Friends of Tanzania & The Pan Afrikan Student Association at El Camino College present Muungano Unity Day.
Saturday, April 28, 2007
1:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The Compton Center,El Camino College
(formerly Compton Community College)
1111 East Artesia Blvd.
Compton, CA 90221
1 - 4 PM: Cultural Workshops on Unity
5 - 8:30 PM: Food and Main Stage Program
In April 26, 1964, the African islands of Zanzibar united with mainland Tanganyika to form The United Republic of Tanzania. This unification is known as Muungano.
This year’s Muungano Unity Day celebration will be to raise $40,000 for a project to increase access to water in Tanzania. Please bring extra cash for our raffles, auction, and vendor shopping.
Event includes workshops, Tanzanian food, live African music, poetry, auction, raffle, and much more.
The MUUNGANO EVENT will have several festivities including the following:
Delicious Tanzanian food
Auction of Tanzania(African) items
Unity Workshops (if you missed the workshops such as “sex and sexuality from an African point of view” this would be a another opportunity to catch up)
Live band presenting good music from EBONIC BLUES ORCHESTRA
African dance known as NGOMA: you really have to see Tanzanians (Africans) and their skills in dancing, you will appreciate it.
All the above and much more for just $20 (the money contributed from this event will be used for water projects that are sponsored by “The Friends of Tanzania” Association in Tanzania. The tickets can be purchased online at www.TheFriendsofTanzania.org
Additional information is available at our website www.TheFriendsofTanzania.org
For more information or to purchase tickets over the phone, please contact:
Khalipha 213-841-1994; David 818-613-5090; Namtasha 310-808-3491; Peter 310-409-8043
Cost: Adult Ticket Donation $20/$30 at the door/Children 10 and under free
Also available: Tanzanian flag bumper stickers for $5 donation; all online transactions are guaranteed to be secure through PayPal.
For more information please contact
The Friends of Tanzania Tel: see above
Sponsor(s): The Friends of Tanzania & The Pan Afrikan Student Association at El Camino College. Information about non-ASC events is posted for informational purposes and does not necessarily reflect opinions of or endorsements by African Studies personnel.