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Sunday Whine Down

  • Détroit is the New Black 1426 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI, 48226 United States (map)
"I got my insatiable thirst for music, from my father. As a Dj he opened and operated Sierra Afrique, the first nightclub that catered to the African diaspora in Detroit. As a Dual citizen of Sierra Leone I was brought up in bi-cultural house hold fusing the traditional and the contemporary. As a child I heard all varieties of music and began dancing to them too. my parents say I started dancing before I could walk.  I believe it was this experience That shaped my love for culture which I've have carried with me through life."  - Ajara Alghali

"I got my insatiable thirst for music, from my father. As a Dj he opened and operated Sierra Afrique, the first nightclub that catered to the African diaspora in Detroit. As a Dual citizen of Sierra Leone I was brought up in bi-cultural house hold fusing the traditional and the contemporary. As a child I heard all varieties of music and began dancing to them too. my parents say I started dancing before I could walk.  I believe it was this experience That shaped my love for culture which I've have carried with me through life."  - Ajara Alghali

"I got my insatiable thirst for music, from my father. As a Dj he opened and operated Sierra Afrique, the first nightclub that catered to the African diaspora in Detroit. As a Dual citizen of Sierra Leone I was brought up in bi-cultural house hold fusing the traditional and the contemporary. As a child I heard all varieties of music and began dancing to them too. my parents say I started dancing before I could walk.  I believe it was this experience That shaped my love for culture which I've have carried with me through life."  - Ajara Alghali

 

Earlier Event: October 24
DITNB X JUNGMAVEN LAUNCH
Later Event: November 2
Poetry Night w/ Natasha "T" Miller