Videos of Africa bring new meaning to Black History Month in February
African church services, school classrooms, group dancing, children singing, and a baptism. These and other videos that offer a sense of African culture that can not be experienced any other way.
Have you ever wanted to know how a church service in Africa is different? How about a school? Without a different language, do you think African children and children from the US sound different when they are singing?
Videos from Africa showing all of these scenes and several others have just been released in time for Black history month. For schools and churches that are always looking for new ways to celebrate heritage, these videos give a true look into these cultural roots.
Because you can see these on almost any computer with an Internet connection, these videos can be shown in schools, church groups, or in almost any other setting. You can see the eight different videos listed below at www.africaimports.com
African grade school
African Church service
A woman carrying an extra large pot on her head
A woman pounding grain
An African choir
About the company
Africa Imports is the largest vendor of African goods in the U.S. Each month, they bring over 50 new products from Africa and other continents; many of the new offerings are created in Africa especially for Black History Month. Both the artwork and the clothing are made by hundreds of different people, from across the African continent. There is also a complete database of free articles on African people groups; culture; recipes and more. To find out more, visit the Africa Imports website at www.africaimports.com or phone them directly at 1-800-500-6120.
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