CLEVELAND — Cleveland’s Karamu House is hosting free, online community programs to celebrate Kwanzaa and Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Karamu House will start its 2020-21 “In the Tradition” community program series beginning Dec. 26 wih a free, on-demand stream of "Kwanzaa with Karamu."
The 35-minute presentation includes song and dance with an educational presentation on the meaning and traditions of the Kwanzaa holiday.
“Kwanzaa with Karamu” will be available from Dec. 26 until Jan. 1.
Karamu House will also premiere “Infinite Hope,” a special celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
“Infinite Hope” is a 55-minute presentation of spoken word, song and dance. It will be available on-demand to stream from Jan. 18 until Jan. 25. Registration on Karamu House’s website is required.
“Our 'In the Tradition' series is designed to engage people from different races, religions, and economic backgrounds through the arts—and to expand current levels of cultural awareness and understanding,” said Aseelah Shareef, Karamu’s Director of Community Engagement and Operations.
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