Bamidele Agbasegbe Demerson Prepares For Kwanzaa Celebration At Washtenaw Community College, December 1998
Ann Arbor News, December 27, 1998
Ann Arbor resident Bamidele Agbasegbe Demerson, curator of the African American Cultural and Historical Museum, sets up an art exhibit at Washtenaw Community College Sunday evening for a Kwanzaa celebration. The art came from the private collection of residents of Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor.
Craig Huckaby Rehearses With Other Drummers For Kwanzaa Celebration At Washtenaw Community College, December 1998
Ann Arbor News, December 28, 1998
Craig Huckaby of Detroit plays the congas with fellow drummers Issa Abramaleem of Detroit and Taishka Tupaku of Ypsilanti during the Drum Call as part of the Kwanzaa celebration at Washtenaw Community College Sunday.
Ann Arbor News, December 17, 1991
Carolyn Walton of Ypsilanti displays her collection of ethnic dolls at a Kwanzaa celebration Monday in the cafeteria of Ann Arbor's Pioneer High School. Pioneer's Black Student Union hosted the celebration with examples of African-American culture ranging from crafts to food. Kwanzaa is celebrated Dec. 26-Jan. 1 as a time of reaffirming the African-American family. Students also will host a Kwanzaa 'feast' Thursday, 7-9 p.m. at Huron High School in the cafeteria. The public is welcome.
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Joetta Mial was born in 1931 in Jackson, Michigan, and later moved to Ann Arbor. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Michigan and spent her career as an educator in the Ann Arbor Public Schools. In 1987, Joetta became principal of Huron High School after serving as a teacher, administrator, counselor, and class principal at Huron and Pioneer High Schools.