The second day of Kuumba continued commemorating black history, arts and cultural events with a display entitled Black in History. It witnessed the historical footprints in time by the indigenous Black Canadian and American experience.
There were activities for children, additional short films and storytelling in the Miss Lou Room.
Vendors provided a wide variety of articles to purchase at very attractive prices.
A performance by Amadou Kienou featured song, dance and musical soundings of the Mandingue rhythms.
Natasha Waterman was amazing with her acoustic performance.
Legendary Cuban flutist Pablo Terry & Sol de Cuba had people dancing and enjoying his special music.
Beat the Street Dance Showdown was a competition among dance crews from different schools and groups. The group Adrenalyn vimeo.com/19791398 was judged to be the best by some of Toronto's top media personalities.
Skaters continued to enjoy ice skating on the Natrel Rink. The weekend was jam packed with lots of interesting things to see and enjoy. Don't miss the next one.
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