We at Heirloom wanted to give a huge thank you to First African Presbyterian Church and organizer Euell Nielsen for inviting us to participate in their Black Art Showcase this past weekend. It was such a pleasure meeting the ladies of the church and sharing knowledge on herbs, health, aging, and community. When we work together, beautiful things happen!
Read more awesome testimonies after the jump!
We just wanted to give a huge thank you shout out to Uhuru Furniture and Collectibles for another amazing year. Uhuru Flea Market is our favorite vending space because of the beautiful vibes created by the other vendors, customers, and of course the organizers. We are so grateful to Ali, Tiffany, Opa, Joe, Harris, Ruby, Janus, Moody, Cate, and all of those integral to making the Uhuru Flea Market a grand success. We are excited for next year and are looking forward to participating in upcoming events. Uhuru!
To see more pictures from our last Uhuru Market, click below or on the above heading!
After a trip to San Francisco last year, I read an article in “Fresh Cup” about an herb shop called Homestead Apothecary. I was a little bummed that I had missed an opportunity to check it out for myself. So of course, I made it a priority to get over to Oakland on my trip to Cali last week. I was not disappointed!
(Click on the header or the link below to see more amazing pictures of Homestead Apothecary.)
Join ajualuv at the Uhuru Solidarity Center in Philadelphia, PA on February 16, 2013 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
I will be speaking on holistic health and explaining how Reiki can help balance your mind-body-spirit connection.
I look forward to seeing you there!
For more information contact the African People’s Education & Defense Fund: 215.546.1485
Copyright 2013-2014 Ajua Hawkins
I drink tea every day. It soothes and calms like no other beverage and I appreciate the ever-increasing variety. Part of my love for tea flows from the preparation ritual. Watching the flowers and leaves unroll, swell, and bloom lifts my spirit and makes me smile like a child watching the transformation take place for the first time. Besides fixing the daily morning wake-up cuppa and sipping on Sleepy Time or fresh chamomile tea before bedtime, I never thought much about the science of making tea until we discussed it at an Herbiary Apothecary Garden class.