Episode 55: Montclair African American Heritage Foundation Parade and Festival
We speak with Bonni Taylor, Co-Committee Chair with Al Pelham of the Montclair African American Heritage Foundation Parade and Festival. This event is the highlight of the foundation's year and contributes to its mission of sharing black culture for others to experience and learn. Not just people outside black culture, but the black community as well. We talk with Bonnie about the organization and their annual festival that happens the first weekend of every June. The foundation of this event and of the MAAHPF as a whole is not just to celebrate but to educate Montclair about African American culture. It's a fun event that delivers a great time for everyone!
Episode 67: Moline Kronberg
Episode 66: Montclair Brewery
Episode 65: Montclair Jazz Festival & Jazz House Kids
Episode 64: Gelati by Mike
Episode 63: Wombkeepers
Episode 62: MishMish, Marcel, & Luisa
Episode 61: COPE Center, Inc.
Episode 60: Cool Cat Music Company
Episode 59: Hello Products
Episode 58: Montclair Farmer's Market
Episode 57: Family Jam Montclair (with Dirt & Noise and Little Nest Portraits)
Episode 56: Saveur Creole
Episode 53: Montclair Bounce
Episode 52: Doddle & Co.
Episode 51: The Little Daisy Bake Shop
Episode 50: Dolce Federica
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Episode 49 Part 2: Local Filmmakers
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