Nana Kwabena Brown has been a treasured leader in our community for over three decades. Please help us support this pillar of African culture and spirituality so that he may continue to do the work of educating, and healing our people.
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Nana Kwabena Brown has resided at 1501 T Street SE in Washington, D.C. for nearly 50 years. From this house, Nana Kwabena introduced the Akan religion to the DC area in 1970 and founded the African Cultural and Religious Society, and the Temple of Nyame.
Through the many religious and cultural activities hosted at this house, several generations have been introduced to African culture and religion. Countless, weddings, naming ceremonies, Akoms, Odirwas, Orisha Festivals and Spring Rites ceremonies have been celebrated at 1501 T Street over the past 50 years. If you are reading this, you have probably attended one or even many. Perhaps you've come to 1501 T. Street to receive personal spiritual guidance or readings.
We are raising money so that Nana Kwabena can retain ownership of his home, make necessary repairs and restorations, and continue to provide spiritual work and guidance, as well as education on African culture and religion.
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