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Zenzele Consignment wows in “Boutique to Runway Fashion Show”!

On Saturday, May 21st, 2016 Zenzele Consignment was one of the featured local clothing stores in the “Boutique to Runway Spring Fashion Show” hosted by Envy Entertainment, a popular nightclub in Huntsville, AL. The fashion show, which drew over 200 fashion forward attendees was great exposure for our store as it offered us a platform

Growing produce in pots has many wonderful benefits

Growing vegetables and herbs in containers can be a very efficient way to add fresh healthy produce to your diet.  This technique can be done where there is not a lot of space for gardening and with people who might have difficulty accessing garden space.  You should start with a good size pot about 18-20

APSP Cadre Intensive

The All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project will again sponsor the 30-day Summer Intensive Project to be held at Akwaaba Hall at the headquarters of the African People’s Socialist Party in St. Petersburg, FL during the month of July. About 50 African people will be traveling to St. Petersburg from Africa, Europe, the Caribbean

AAPDEP’s Education Commission working to create African Internationalist curriculum and children’s books

AAPDEP has partnered with our Sister Organization, the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) to develop the curriculum for the Uhuru KIJIJI. Uhuru KIJIJI (Freedom Village) Childcare Collective (UKCC) is an institution that is being organized by ANWO to address a basic and fundamental need of poor and working-class African women, many of whom are single

Huntsville’s AAPDEP hosts successful Speed Dating fundraiser!

HUNTSVILLE, AL – In the local area of Huntsville, Alabama there are very little opportunities for Africans to socialize in an environment that is stress-free, relaxed, and centered around African culture and all of the many dynamics that represent African people- AND is led by fellow Africans. The local branch of the All African People’s

Black-Owned Businesses Support the Efforts to Build Zenzele Consignment

African business just like African people, have a responsibility to share their skills and resources with the people. When African businesses are dedicated to our people and our liberation they need to be highlighted, recognize, and supported. Two of these warrior businesses are Oyin Handmade and Asli Pure. Both of these strong, quality, conscious, businesses

AAPDEP’s First Ever Town Hall

The All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) held our first ever Facebook Town Hall entitled “What does sustainable development in Africa look like”. The panelist were Dr. Aisha Fields, International Director of AAPDEP; Omowale Kefing, Chair of Houston AAPDEP and Yejide Orunmila, Information and Education Director of AAPDEP. The panelist answered questions about

How the chance of a love match creates African development

On Friday, December 11,  AAPDEP-Huntsville is hosting an Nfiniti Match Speed Dating Social Event at 7pm (sharp) at Safari Sports Lounge, 2117 Jonathan Dr. NW., Huntsville, AL. Admission is $20 and pre-registration is strongly encouraged. By participating in the speed dating event, Black singles will have the opportunity to meet interesting people in a fun, pressure