Little Ethiopia's 10th Annual Cultural Street Fair
September 4, 2011
Location: Fairfax Ave, Between Olympic and Whitworth
This year's festival was extremely successful. We celebrated the Ethiopian New Year and culture through exotic foods and entertainment, presentations with guest speakers, as well as performances from cultural dance and music groups.
LECRC was presented with awards by LA City Controller Wendy Greuel, Assembly Member Holly Mitchell and District Director Sydney Kamlager, and Councilmember Paul Koretz.
DANKYRA Ethiopian Cultural School Presents:
1st Annual Ethiopian Culture Summer Camp
August 5, 2011 - August 8, 2011
Location: El Capitan Canyon Camp in Santa Barbara, CA
Ethiopian Culture exposed through discussion, song, dance, art, traditional ceremonies, and exclusion of the technological society.
Visit to California African American Museum
By 2030, all Ethiopians will have access to quality education free of foreign aid.
Guess where our Dankyra Dance Troup was this Thursday October 29, 2015 ???
imagine1day is a non profit organization that directly implements quality education to Ethiopian adults and children.
High School Students Visit LECRC
City of Los Angeles Great Streets Meeting @ LECRC
PAST EVENTS @ LECRC
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Expulsion, a free dance performance by Heidi Duckler's Dance Theater
by LECRC on 09/27/16
October 15, 2011 4PM - 7PM
Location: 175 N. Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA (in a vacant lot)
This project was amazing and truly touching and inspiring. LECRC looks forward to working with HDDT in May for a collaboration with Little Ethiopia!
The project is being co-sponsored by Glendale Arts and is a collaboration with Glendale's own Djanbazian Dance Company.
Expulsion is a public art presentation based on themes of dislocation and relocation of families, an open dialogue about the impact these issues have on individuals, families and neighborhoods. Performed in a humble vacant lot, Expulsion profoundly dances the Old Testament story of Cain and Abel, upon industrial scaffolding echoing performances of growth and development. (for more information, visit heididuckler.org