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Honor plays a curious kid in this presentation that teaches us about the history of Cleveland’s legendary Karamu House.
Karamu is a swahili female name meaning a precious gift. In this afro fusion love song,Amani calls karamu his princess and proposes to her for marriage. To follow Amani Amaniga. Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Bookings: +256392960165
Anastacia Muema. Ekarsti Takatifu ni chakula cha roho na ni Yesu mzima ndani ya maumbo ya Mkate na Divai. Wimbo huu unaoitwa Karamu ya Bwana Yesu ulivyoimbwa na Mwimbaji Anastacia Muema (Miss Anne) ni wimbo unaotukumbusha kwamba Fumbo la Ekaristi takatifu ni nafasi ya kukutana na Yesu Mzima katika maumbo ya Mkate na Divai. Kila mara tuwe wasafi wa roho ili tuweze kuishiriki meza yake Kristo anayotuandalia kila tunapofanya adhimisho la ibada ya Misa Takatifu. Wimbo huu umetungwa na Ray Ufunguo Umeimbwa na Anastacia Muema, Back vocals zimefanywa na (Lawrence Kameja, Tumaini Swai na Ray Ufunguo) Kinanda Kimechezwa na Ray Ufunguo Audio na Video vimefanywa katika studio za RAJO Productions (Tz) Nakukaribisha uungane nami katika kusikiliza na kutazama wimbo huu na Mungu atubariki sote, Amina #wimbowaekaristi #corpuschristi #komunio #anastaciamuema #rajoproductions
Here's a recipe made from karamu berries. Karamu or Coprosma robusta can be found almost everywhere. The red berries are ripe in autumn and I have plenty of karamu in my backyard. I grow them just for the berries and with the birds also loving them, they help to pollinate more. Please make sure you can identify karamu and karamu berries confidently before eating or tasting. There are so many red berries in Aotearoa and some are highly poisonous. Check out my website to learn more about karamu and its medicinal properties. I also have the full recipe of Karamu Berry Syrup on my website along with how to make kawakawa and kūmarahou tea 🤍tewakarakau.com If you enjoyed this video of Indigenous Plant Medicine, please subscribe to my channel for more videos. The vlog continues on Instagram 🤍 Check out our website 🤍tewakarakau.com You can support me to continue doing more of these videos by becoming a patreon on my channel. Click here for more details: 🤍patreon.com/rongoa
New Zealand Native Plant Karamu or Coprosma Robusta is a plant that can be found often. These plants are related to the coffee plant. The unripe green berries and ripe orange berries are a easily spotted among other native plants. The edible berries are nice and juicy and the seeds are also OK to eat. In fact they may even have the same or similar qualities as the green coffee beans extract chlorogenic acid that have been said to have many health benefits including massive weight loss. A study by A.O Taylor from The Department of Botany, Victoria University College of Wellington, New Zealand in July 1963 stated that "The concentration of some compounds, notably isomers of chlorogenic acid, remained relatively constant over the whole range of (Coprosma robusta, C.propiuqua var. latiusciila, C.propinqua var. propinquaan) plants tested. In essence I eat the seeds every time I eat the ripe berries. More research could be done in this area to see if exporting the chlorogenic acid extract is financially viable. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (🤍
BAND: KARAMU AFRO COLLECTIVE OSPITE: TONY ESPOSITO PRESENTA ISMAILA MBAYE LOCATION: live dal MOB STUDIOS ROMA Primo di appuntamenti online organizzati da iCompany, in collaborazione con l’agenzia italo tedesca LudwigSound e Rubik Network, nell’ambito del progetto LAZIOSound GenerAzioniGiovani.it, finanziato dalle Politiche Giovanili della Regione Lazio e dalla Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri. Online alle ore 18.30 da Mob Studios Roma, il concerto in diretta streaming (sul Canale Youtube di iCompany e in crossposting sulle pagine Social di Ludwigsound e Rubik) per la presentazione di Danse, il nuovo album della band in uscita a giugno per la label Musicamorfosi in collaborazione con Rubik network. Ospite musicale dell’appuntamento il musicista e percussionista Tony Esposito, con cui i Karamu hanno già suonato l’estate scorsa sul palco di Salotti Musicali a Latina e che interagirà con la band durante il concerto, proponendo anche i suoi brani più noti. A presentare e a condurre l’appuntamento Ismaila Mmbaye, musicista percussionista e attore, uno dei maggiori percussionisti africani presenti nel panorama europeo.
Tucked away in the Fairfax neighborhood just east of Downtown Cleveland and near the Cleveland Clinic, is one of Cleveland’s historic cultural institutions, Karamu House. It’s known as the oldest black theater company in the U.S. and has been an incubator for some of the country's most well-known black artists since its opening in 1917. Perhaps most notably, playwright and poet Langston Hughes saw a number of his plays debut here. Today, Karamu House, which has recently undergone a multi-million-dollar facelift, hosts an annual theater season showcasing six different productions that range from new works, American premiers and Tony Award-winning Broadway shows, all of which adhere to the theater’s mission of honoring the African-American experience. As far as the scene goes, theater in Cleveland is held richly independent and authentic through the work of Karamu House. It’s a beloved backbone to Cleveland’s internationally recognized arts and culture offerings. If you’re looking for some of the best things to do in Cleveland, Karamu House awaits.
Karamu, also known as Coprosma robusta, is a small to medium-sized evergreen shrub or tree native to New Zealand. It typically reaches a mature height of 3-5 meters. The tree is known for its glossy dark green leaves and small, inconspicuous flowers that bloom in spring and summer. The tree produces small, round, red-orange fruit that are an important food source for native birds, such as the Tui, bellbirds and silvereyes, and also for insects. Because of the timing of the fruiting of this shrub it can be a great aid for bringing larger fruiting species like Kahikatea and Totara in to a regenerating bush stand. It is an ideal plant for revegetation projects in New Zealand due to its hardiness, ability to thrive in a variety of soils and climates, and attractiveness to native bird species. Additionally, it is a popular choice for landscaping and erosion control. This tree can also grow in poor soil, so it can be planted in areas where the soil is low in nutrients and other trees would not survive. To find out more - Visit 🤍restorenative.co.nz
Asista is a Kenyan Modern Taarab music group based in Nairobi. The name “Asista” is an African word from the Kalenjin part of Kenya meaning ‘THE SUN’ and they aim to light up faces with their music. Facebook: 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
Jane is investigating an invasive plant that is threatening our native bushland and wildlife, and meets the people who are fighting to stop it in its tracks. Subscribe 🔔 🤍 This is Karamu or Coprosma robusta. It’s native to New Zealand and is also known as the New Zealand Currant Bush. It thrives in the cool, wet fertile areas of Australia. It started out as a garden plant but now it’s guilty of being an invasive weed in Victoria as well as a noxious weed in Tasmania. Michelle Stacy is a farmer on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula and is also president of the Main Creek Landcare group. What’s so bad about Karamu? It forms dense thickets where nothing else can grow. It shades out the understorey and then slowly kills off other layers by out-competing trees for water - even large wattles and gum trees. Seed can stay dormant for many years, so it can keep on coming back. Left untended, the trees get huge - Michelle found a ‘grandmother’ plant that measured 700mm across the trunk. How do you know if it’s Karamu? Michelle explains and shows the different characteristics to identify Karamu. When in doubt consult an expert or get in touch with the Main Creek Landcare group (details are on the Gardening Australia website). Main Creek Landcare first got funding to fight it in 2016. This area at Red Hill has some really big, old Karamu, up to 5-6m tall. It could be ‘ground zero’ for the local infestation. Michelle says: “in really bad areas it can be a total forest - a sterile thicket that you couldn’t move in - the only way is to get in is with forestry mulchers. This means having to replant afterwards because nothing is left.” They have spent tens of thousands of dollars clearing some bad sections. What’s the impact on wildlife? Amanda Jane Breidahl is a vet as well as a member of Landcare. Landcare has worked hard to create successful biolinks, such as the land at the rear of this property - giant shelter belts following creek lines across dozens of private properties to create wildlife and habitat corridors. The last thing they need is Karamu getting a hold. Karamu has berries that birds eat, dropping seed in the bush, where it swamps native plants. Karamu poses a specific threat to one particular native plant. A few years ago, Michelle spotted an unusual plant with characteristics of both Karamu and its Aussie cousin, Prickly Currant Bush (Coprosma quadrifida). They sent samples to the Melbourne Herbarium, who confirmed it was a new species, but to take it a step further and prove it was a hybrid, the group had to send it away for DNA. Michelle says: “this is very significant as it shows Karamu is breeding with local natives and producing potentially fertile plants, which could cause even more damage.” While it all sounds like bad news, there is also some good news. Karamu is still in its early invasive stage and it is still possible – with a lot of communal effort – to eliminate it. Weed expert Virginia Carter shows how it’s done. Virginia says: “Because this site has some good remnant vegetation and a lot of wildlife, we don’t want to disturb it too much.” For small seedlings, Virginia uses a knife to help hand-weed the plants. Medium-sized saplings (to 1m) are cut down and the base poisoned using a brilliant spot-gun applicator. For big trees in dense areas, Virginia uses a technique called frilling and poisoning where she hacks the trunk bases with a machete/chain saw to create ‘frills’, then applies poison onto the exposed cambium wood (where the sap flows). She leaves these bigger trees in place, so even when dead they provide some habitat until the bush can recover. What can gardeners do? To tackle Karamu, the whole community needs to get on board. Virginia says: “When plants are young, you can spray or hand-weed,” says Michelle, “we need people to look for it in gardens and on verges - and to keep looking for it over coming years.” The final verdict on Karamu? Well, the jury is still out but if everyone pitches in, there’s still a good chance of eradicating this invasive weed. Filmed on Boon Wurrung & Bunurong Country | Mornington Peninsula, Vic _ Gardening Australia is an ABC TV program providing gardening know-how and inspiration. Presented by Australia's leading horticultural experts, Gardening Australia is a valuable resource to all gardeners through the television program, the magazine, books, DVDs and extensive online content. Watch more: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Web: 🤍 _ This is an official Australian Broadcasting Corporation YouTube channel. Contributions may be removed if they violate ABC's Online Conditions of Use 🤍 (Section 3).
One-hundred years ago (beginning May 31, 1921), the Black Wall Street Massacre (also known as the Tulsa Race Massacre) sent mobs of White residents to loot and burn down the entire Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma, a thriving Black business and residential community. In the wake of the violence, 35 city blocks lay in charred ruins, more than 800 were treated for injuries, and as many as 300 people died—and 600 Black, thriving businesses destroyed. Now, through the support of Bank of America, you can watch the never-before-told story of the Boley family in the world premiere of “Greenwood, an American Dream Destroyed,” from award-winning playwright, Celeste Bedford Walker, and Karamu House, America’s oldest Black producing theatre.
Karamu (Coprosma robusta) is a dense tree from NZ, similar to Sweet Pittosporum and it is becoming a major environmental weed on the Mornington Peninsula. It forms dense infestations where nothing else can grow and it can even kill mature trees in the area.
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Karamu House, the centerpiece of Cleveland’s historic Fairfax neighborhood and the oldest Black theatre in the country, presents the soul-stirring, gospel celebration Black Nativity in the Allen Theatre. Black Nativity is the joyous retelling of the traditional New Testament account of the Nativity story, using gospel music, dramatic dance, and a biblical narrative. Written and conceived by legendary playwright, poet, and Karamu alum Langston Hughes, this soulful, heartwarming story is a Karamu House classic! Directed by Tony F. Sias Music Directed by Dr. David M. Thomas Choreography by Errin Weaver Get Tickets at: clevelandplayhouse.com
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