CEMOTAP Holding “Cultural Caravan” Zoom Forum Fundraiser On Sept. 19th

The TV program Cultural Caravan has preserved and honored African Culture for years.
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Photo: Event Flyer

On Sunday September 19, 2021, Sister Louise Dente and several Cultural Warriors, Historians, Educators and Intellectuals will all speak on the importance of our culture and the importance of honoring it at a special CEMOTAP (Committee To Eliminate Media Offensive To African People) Zoom Fundraiser at 3:00 PM. The purpose of the fundraising forum is to fight for the Cultural Caravan TV program which has preserved and honored African Culture for years.

Speakers include Dr. Maulana Karenga, Dr. Tyrene Wright, Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Dr. Adelaide Sanford and Dr. Umar Johnson. There will also be brief remarks from Professors James and Bessie Blake, Richardeanea and James McIntosh and from Raymond Dugue the Assistant President General of the UNIA

The program is a Zoom Fundraiser but you don't have to wait until the program to support Cultural Caravan.

Please find the DIRECT fundraising links for Cultural Caravan Productions, Inc., Cultural Caravan TV below as follows:

 4 Ways to Give to Cultural Caravan

1. GoFundMe: Fundraiser by Louise Dente : Support for Cultural Caravan TV (gofundme.com)

2. Cash App: $CulturalCaravan

3. Paypal: paypal.me/CCPTV

4. Or Send Check to: Cultural Caravan Productions, Inc., POB 300851 Jamaica NY 11430

Meeting ID: 844 6242 1070 Passcode: 838123 By Phone: +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)

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