Metro Bus Black History Month

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The vendor booths were free, which I was very grateful for. They had home cooked food which was also free and absolutely delicious. I ate about five pieces of cake and two helpings of spaghetti. Every table had red, black and green balloons, there was music playing and all sorts of vendors. There were boutique owners, bankers, hair product makers, jewelry makers and more. Items were raffled off and at the end, there was Zumba!

I ended up selling a copy of Collective Face: a Series of Quatrains on Community Building and my only copy of Let’s Speak! Kiswahili: 3 Basic Stories Teaching Basic Kiswahili Words. A man named Frank was the first person ever to buy my Kiswahili book. I hope he enjoys it as much as I enjoyed making it.

I will make sure to attend this event next year!


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