Next Generation Tours Baltimore: Harambee

 Members of Next Generation Art Ensemble at the Eubie Blake Jazz & Cultural Arts Center Kwanzaa Celebration: UJIMA, Collective Work & Responsibility.

Members of Next Generation Art Ensemble at the Eubie Blake Jazz & Cultural Arts Center Kwanzaa Celebration: UJIMA, Collective Work & Responsibility.

Things are well underway and moving toward the New Year in a blast of celebrations lead by WombWork Productions, Inc Next Generation art Ensemble. On Thursday, December 28, 2017 N.G. celebrated the third principle of Kwanzaa, Ujima, Collective work and responsibility. This principle reminds us that we are to build and maintain our communities, and share in our brothers and sisters problems and solve them together. Simply put, we are our brothers keeper. In this great performance Next Generation reminds us that strong communities produce strong individuals and that we should work together for the better, support one another in good times and in bad.  The Eubie Blake Center was packed with family and community from around the world and Next Generation would entertain and educate like no other. 

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The evening doesn't stop there. Next Generation packed up their drums, costumes, families and Kinara and traveled to Henderson Hopkins School for a 7:30 performance that would be equally energetic, educational and entertaining. Working in full force, Next Generation has been on the move with more to come.  Join Next Generation and the WombWork Productions family on Saturday, December 30th at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 3050 Liberty Heights Ave. in Baltimore. Be prepared to sing, dance and celebrate life and learn about the greatness of our people.  

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 Next Generation and the parents celebrate Kwanzaa.

Next Generation and the parents celebrate Kwanzaa.

Marvin Roxas