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RSVP now to join us for a free screening of "Dance of the Orcas," a film by Iya Omiyemi Artisia Green, to kick off the 10th Anniversary Conference of the African and Diasporic Religious Studies Association (ADRSA)
Inspired by the real-life story of Tahlequah, an orca who pushed her deceased 400lb baby calf-a girl-with her head, through the Pacific Northwest for 17 days, the choreoritual "Dance of the Orcas" draws on Afro-Cuban and modern dance forms to take the viewer on a journey from grief to the freedom and redemption that comes from learning to let go.


Grab your favorite beverage and come on in to the Ase Ire Co-Work Cafe! Let's support each other in staying connected as we work toward our individual and collective goals. Pop in and out as the spirit moves and enjoy the vibes and the company!

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Open Mon & Weds 1 - 4  pm EST
“I Put A Spell On You”
Magic, Miracles, and Mystique in Africana Religions
Friday, April 29, 2022 | 9 am – 6 pm EST | ONLINE
with additional events throughout the weekend

Conference sponsored by the ADRSA, Ase Ire Communiversity, the Congress of Santa Barbara (KOSANBA), and WaWaWa Diaspora Centre

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This Month in the Akeko Circle
This March, we're reading Baba John Mason's newest book, a collection of essays on African spiritual perspectives -- and his own perspectives as an elder -- on topics including COVID-19, sacred space, artificial intelligence, and more!
Join the Akeko (Student) Circle
Get the Book of the Month
Visit the Temple Shop
Order Cascarilla / Efun
Order Communiversity Swag
Learn the Mojuba Prayer!
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