Echoes of the ancestors will proudly present the healing wisdom of Africa

Brath, Elombe
May 2003
New York Amsterdam News;5/1/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 18, p13
Focuses on passing away of two elder African people, Babatunde Olatunji and Nina Simone. Contributions of Olatunji toward revival of African spirit through music; Reasons why world requires the cultural energies of both the individuals.


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