Atlanta, GA -- Kazemde Ajamu has always had his eye - and heart - on bringing Black culture and history to the forefront, especially among the younger generation. It's not just in his nature, but part of his mission at the Black Dot Cultural Center and Bookstore.
On Saturday, Sept. 28, Ajamu will take his passion for cultural immersion to the next level with the first-ever Black Dot Culture and Art Festival at 6984 Main Street, Lithonia, Georgia. From 12-8 pm, the one-of-a-kind event will feature food, fun and performances by Akosua Tait, Giwayen Mata, RareEpiphany and special guest Michon Young.
"For me, it's so important that we come together and really get to experience all of the different forms and aspects of our culture first-hand. We're tapping into all of your senses for a day filled with celebrating Black culture," said Ajamu, the festival host and owner of Black Dot Cultural Center and Bookstore.