Kwanzaa @ the Renaissance
Produced by Khary WAE Frazier & Yusef Shakur
Presented by General Population Music Group & The Urban Network
Saturday December 19th 2009 8pm at the Renaissance Club, 200 Renaissance Center 36th Floor, Tower 200 Detroit, MI 48243.
As 2009 comes to a close we want the community to come together and develop positive affirmations for 2010. Kwanzaa is a spiritual, festive and joyous celebration of the oneness and goodness of life, which claims no ties with any religion. It has definite principles, practices and symbols geared to the social and spiritual needs of our community.
For Kwanzaa 2009 we honor Jenny Lee of the Allied Media Conference & Detroit Summer with the JoAnn Watson Award. The JoAnn Watson award honors individuals who exemplify the true meaning of Kwanzaa. Her tireless and selfless efforts on behalf of the community represent the model of Nguzo Saba (Seven Principles) of Unity, Self Determination, Collective Work & Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, and Faith.
Join special guests Claretha PEACE Robinson, Khary WAE Frazier, Shiron Denise, Lola Damone, Tony WoJamm Womack, Suga Rae, Mr. & Mrs. Ken Cockrel, Seven the General, Dawud Muhammad, Councilwoman JoAnn Watson, Honorable Judge Claudia Morcom, Malik Yakini, Jay Fades, and Jenny Lee & more at Kwanzaa at the Renaissance 2009.
General Admission: 1 ticket for $15; 2 tickets for $20. Gold Admission: 1 ticket for $25; 2 tickets for $40. (Gold Admission is a premium package that will include a copy of Yusef Shakur’s autobiographical novel “Window to my Soul” and an audio CD of “Notes of an Artist/Activist” by Khary WAE Frazier and Claretha PEACE Robinson.)
Call 313.598.0408 or 313.459.6008 for ticket or other information