SOF CORE'S Int'l & Culture Festival EXPO and Native American Powwow in York, PA
Updated: Jun 26
The World Alliance of Indigenous Peoples is looking forward to presenting the 6th Annual International & Culture Festival Expo in York, PA on Saturday, September 12th and an Intertribal Native American Powwow on Sunday, September 13th, 2020 from 10 AM to 8 PM. Both events will take place in loving memory of Rev. Dr. Akilah Karima. This lively festival has been hosted at York's beautiful and serene Kiwanis Lake Park for the past 5 years. The purpose of the festival is to holistically and ethnologically share in our common humanity, promote ethnic community entrepreneurship and encourage world peace, unity and universal healing. We desire to bring a positive and remaining impact to the community. We will be presenting a variety of health and wellness providers, cultural performing and visual artists. We will also feature conventional and holistic health professionals providing information and / or health services. Every visitor and participant will be able to purchase various cultured and culinary foods, international jewelry, artwork, clothing, souvenirs, etc.
Inner-tainment is good medicine and something you are sure to experience during this community effort. The event will highlight the talents of spoken word artists, including Reggae, Soca, Ska, R&B, Hip Hop, Jazz, cultural and traditional drumming, dancers & troupes. Information regarding local and global environmental concerns and more will be presented. International projects such as Global Literacy, Native American Indigenous and the Children’s Nutritional Program in Haiti will surely be of intrigue and interest to all festival goers.
The day is going to be a time of community and reflection and celebration of our ancestors and future generations. We really are excited about this festival and hope that you will allow us to share every aspect of it with you! So Register now and we will see you there, September 12th & 13th, 2020 at 10 AM Sharp!
Though this event is free to the public, donations are sincerely appreciated. Since the passing of SOF CORE'S founder, Dr. Akilah Karima, on March 16, 2019 from stage 4 brain cancer, a secondary breast cancer or metastases, WAIP, Inc. has decided to help bring our shared dream with Dr. Karima's of building a global exchange of culture, traditions and horticulture to fruition. This legacy, one we can build together, will impact our future generations in a positive way.
Thank you so very much in advance for your support! You are an important member of our village and we appreciate you!