1% of $15,000 goal
In order to combat the exclusionary history of camping and to give Black families access to camping sites, this weekend is designed to support and uplift Black campers and their families with culturally competent programming. The programming will include West African drummers, music, opening libation, etc. with an emphasis on African American culture and facilitated by primarily African American staffers.
Please note while this program is designed by and for Black families to create a safe and inclusive camp experience and to highlight/promote Black culture, we welcome non-Black parents and children who are part of transracial or multiracial families with Black children.
WOFORO DUA PA A
"When you climb a good tree"
Adinkra symbol of support, cooperation, and encouragement. From the expression "Woforo dua pa a, na yepia wo" means "When you climb a good tree, you are given a push." More metaphorically, it means that when you work for a good cause, you will get support.
Source: by G.F. Kojo Arthur