Cheza Nami is a California-based nonprofit organization that aims to promote cultural education and diversity awareness.
Aims to promote cultural education and diversity awareness in learning institutions, corporations, and communities that foster a more congenial relationship among its members.
Our mission is to preserve and encourage the appreciation of African culture by inspiring and educating the American public about Africa’s extensive and unique attributes, regardless of their heritage of origin.
Cheza Nami believes in a play-based, experiential approach to education and teaches African culture through dance, play, and movement. We use cultural activities such as dance, drumming, imaginative play, and song to provide interactive, educational experiences.
This Women’s history month, we want to celebrate the contributions of our women partner artists. We invite you to join us for a 2-hour joint dance workshop with our principal artists, Dandha da Hora, Stella Situma, and Mandjou Kone, on Saturday, March 25th, followed by dialog and networking at the amazing facility at Arena training Center in Livermore, CA.
Funds raised to help us realize our own dance studio in the Tri-Valley. Thank you to the Arena Training center for the generous donation of the space.
2PM – 4PM: Dance Workshop
4PM – 5PM: Dialog and Networking
Wear comfortable clothing that allows movement, barefoot dancing encouraged. Open to all Ages
Cheza Nami offers activities to community organizations, schools and corporations while addressing educational and social needs that help foster community building, global citizenship and personal enrichment through our core programs.