Wanted: Babies & Books!
  In response to shortages of educational supplies in Khayelitsha, Art Aids Art is collecting
  new and gently used infant Black dolls and multicultural children's books.
  Our first donation deadline is December 5. Dolls and books will be included in a special
  shipment to eKhaya eKasi Center, our art and education center in South Africa. 
  Literature has the power to deeply engage children in learning. Charlie Parker Played Be Bop
  was a favorite during our literacy intensive in March (see the video here). We have just
  received new footage of students who committed the story to memory and, six months later,
  are still performing it in our after school program!  Click here to see them in action.

Rooftop Garden Blooms

  eKhaya eKasi’s rooftop garden has become a focal point for the Khayelitsha community.  As 

  one passerby noted, “Each day I love to see how the beautiful plants have grown. It is the
  highlight of my walk home.”  Thanks to the loving care of our gardener Thabang, as well as
  donations from U.S. supporters and Uthando, the garden yielded its largest harvest ever.
Easy Ways to Make a Difference
  If you ever shop at Amazon.com or Ralph's supermarkets, you can support Art Aids Art 
  through their giving programs effortlessly!  Register and you can make a donation with every

Holiday Events - Join Us

  We will feature old favorites and new arrivals, including an expanded selection of beaded
  necklace styles and fabrics. For details about any of our upcoming African Marketplace house
  parties and community events (each event will be unique), please email us.
  Nov. 30 - Pasadena, CA
  Dec. 4-5 - Pasadena, CA
  Dec. 4-7 - Arlington, TX
  Dec. 7 - Pasadena, CA
  Dec. 14 - Kendall Park, NJ

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