Join Tunde Odunlade and ICEHA for an Evening of African Food, Art & Music at Bukom Cafe, D.C. – Benefitting Child Victims of Boko Haram

Masquerade of My Ancestors

Masquerade of My Ancestors Batik Quilt Tapestry 87” H x 58” W Lace fabrics, Ankara cotton fabric, linen, shoulder pads, on canvas, waxed and dyed

THIS THURSDAY…please Join ICEHA and Nigerian fabric and print artist Tunde Odunlade for

An Evening of African Food, Art & Music

Bukom Cafe
2442 18th St NW
Washington, DC

Thursday, September 24
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Register here.

The terrorist group Boko Haram has killed well over 150,000 civilians in the past 5 years, many of them children.  Those children who survived the vicious attacks have suffered unimaginable terror and many are desperately in need of urgent food and medical attention.
ICEHA provides  food, medical care, clothing and educational support to survivors of Boko Haram, but there are still thousands of children in need of our help.

Tunde Odunlade is one of several artists from Nigeria and Ghana who have donated valuable works of art to help raise funds for these vulnerable children.

Please join us at Bokum Cafe this Thursday for food, music, and a splendid Silent Auction.

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