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The African woman is the backbone of her society. In the market place, she is referred to as a trader. Because she is the breadwinner of the family, often carrying the burdens of life. She is the major source of funding for her family, contributing most of the funds in the family’s income. African women today, have many of the same challenges their Ancestors struggled with centuries ago. The market place in Africa is the industrious African women domain. A successful market woman enjoys being in this important communal environment. On behalf of Africa’s Mamas and Aunties who have kept this culture we say Besame’ – Thank you! Our market place will have information and products to interests you. You can purchase in this secured space……….

Tickets for performance
Storytelling tapes, CD's & DVD
Palaver dolls
Catering Special Events
Palaver cultural kits
Oye's fashions

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Vera Oye' Yaa-Anna.
317 E Street Southeast
Washington, DC 20003
Telephone: 202-773-5446

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