HUEmankind Fest 2021

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To celebrate Juneteenth and promote HUEman kinship and kindness in our diverse local communities, AWỌ is pleased to present on June 26 and June 27 our inaugural HUEmankind Fest, a two-day FREE groundbreaking festival bringing together unheard voices from local communities to unpack the different shades of our shared HUEmanity. 


AWỌ is the word for skin and also color in the Yoruba language of Nigeria.  So whether one’s skin color is reflective of Black, White, Indigenous, Asian, Middle Eastern, Latinx or of another culture/ethnicity, most of our true stories have not yet converged into a larger American narrative. AWỌ’s HUEmankind Fest is designed for all these stories to be heard so as to create more kind and inclusive local communities. 


We invite everyone to hear the unheard stories of our neighbors, especially those who are African-American, refugees and immigrants of color. Join us to help complete the whole story of our HUEmanity. 

Day 1 Schedule
Day 2 Schedule 

Register today and get entered into an AWỌ Raffle Drawing for a Nigerian HOTH Handbag worth $205! Raffle winners announced during June 26 & June 27 Intermission.

 See Photos of Nigerian HOTH Handbags Here  >