African Festival of the Arts 2011

Simulated African village takes over Washington Park.

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Moshpix: The largest neighborhood festival took over Washington Park for four days over Labor Day weekend. The African Festival or the Arts offered a simulated African village, complete with drummers, arts and food vendors, live entertainment and celebrity appearances.
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Singer Tyrese appeared at the festival to promote his new book.
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India Arie closed out the festival Monday.
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On Saturday night, several designers contributed to the Afrunique runway show.
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Bootsy Collins
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Festival Grand Baba George Daniels
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Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph was promoting HIV/AIDS Awareness at the festival.
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Singers Mary Mary with George Daniels
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Bootsy Collins
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