karamu


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karamu

(kɑːrɑːˈmuː)
n
(Plants) a small New Zealand tree, Coprosma robusta, with glossy leaves and orange fruit
[Māori]
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Watu wetu wako kwa mortuary na hawa jamaa wanaandaa karamu kuapisha Uhuru.
In 1966, mere weeks before President Nkrumah was overthrown in a coup d'etat, Mayfield moved to Spain, where he finished an unpublished novel, "Death at Karamu," and then back to the States, where he co-wrote and starred in the film Uptight (1968), set in the days after King's assassination and focusing on black radicals planning armed revolution in Cleveland.
Beginning this season, Dobama will lease a rehearsal room, storage space, and a break room at Karamu House.
Objectively/Reasonable" features direction by Terrence Spivey, well-known to Cleveland audiences from his tenure as artistic director of Karamu House.
but the koromiko, the whau (possibly the cork tree, Entelea arborescens), and the karamu (Coprosma spp.
He has worked professionally for South Coast Repertory, the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Dallas Children's Theater, The Illinois Shakespeare Festival, and Karamu Performing Arts Theatre.
Future city councilman-at-large Donald Tucker, a member of the United Brothers and eventually a major proponent of the holiday, said that like others, he was initially very skeptical of first Karamu he attended in 1968:
He got some writing jobs through the New Deal's Federal Writers' Project, however, and met leftist and communist writers at Cleveland's Karamu House, a neighborhood center that founded the nation's first black community theater program.
As for desserts, be sure to try the Hood Rich Brownies, Rice Nut Krispies, and Karamu Corn.
She has poetry forthcoming in Karamu and Orpheus II.
Families exchange gifts and have a Kwanzaa Karamu, or feast.