On February 25th What Naturals Love joins the Universal Hip Hop Parade, UHHP, for a phenomenal Black History Month celebration. The event takes place in Brooklyn, NY at the historic Restoration Plaza at 1368 Fulton Street. Doors open at 1 pm.
The Universal Hip-Hop Parade for Social Justice, Inc. is a Bed-Stuy based 501c-3 organization established in 2000 that assembles activists, artists, businesses, and neighbors to partake in the UHHP annual parade over the last 22 years.
Led by founder Jeffery Kazembe Batts the UHHP engages activists. artists, community leaders, educators, and entrepreneurs to organize the parade. The organization creates political and social involvement and events benefiting Central Brooklyn in addition to adjoining communities in particular those of African ancestry.
African Dresses will be 50% off at the UHHP
Master DJ, Haiti-born, Hard Hittin Harry (Harry D’Janite) will be entertaining us with his unique blend of styles from the latest and classic Hiphop and R&B to Soca, Afrobeat, Haitian Kompa and Zouk. So be sure to be in for a treat but that is not all!
What Naturals Love will be joining the celebration by offering the bestselling items for up to 50% off. This is your chance to get the things that you love at the lowest price with no shipping.
It will be a first come first come basis and we don't have a lot of stock, so make sure you get there in time. Doors open at 1 pm and the event is only only till 5 pm. I look forward seeing you.
For more info contact UHHP at firstname.lastname@example.org.