Omo Obàtálá Egbe, Inc. created in 1988, is a cultural non-profit organization whose mission is to research and preserve the traditions and practices of the Yoruba/Lukumi Culture.
Omo Obatala Egbe, Inc. created in 1988, is a cultural non-profit organization whose missionis to research and preserve the traditions and practices of the Yoruba/Lukumi Culture.
We accomplish our mission, through the veneration of Orisa, in general, and Obatala, specifically;through educational and research programs for adults and youth, cultural enrichment, and by providing social services for our members and the community-at-large.
Our programs include: International Orisa Conference, Annual Kwanzaa Celebration, Cultural Forums and Events.
Sunday, December 18, 2011 2:30 pm - 8:30 pmAdam Clayton Powell State Office 163 West 125th Street, (Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard) Manhattan, New York 10027Art Gallery 2nd Floor
Admission: FREEPlease bring a donation of one un-wrapped cultural book/toyVendors wanted. To reserve a space (limited) call: 718-841-7886 or send email to: info@OmoObatalaEgbe.org
If one does not eat oil because of yams, one will eat yams because of oil. - Yoruba Proverb