Friday, August 11, 2017

Our beloved transitioned: Ivey and Nebt'kata

august2017: Bay Area, California: St. Louis and Chicago

Nzo Califa Dance Works, pays homage to the lives of our beloved Arts Community Elders recently transitioned within the past week. We extend our deepest condolences to their respective Family members 
and Communal kinship and continue to honor them in sweet vigil. 
~Respectfully, R. Califa @nzoCALIFA 

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

nzoCALIFA: Bon Ache' RTL Vodou Voyage: Destination CUBA!

R. Califa in kinship Cultural Exchange  Tour to Haiti with 
Rara Tou Limen 2014; Le Peristyle Mariani, Ati Max, 
Manbo Rachel, w/ Kongo Ambassadorship Mama Alphocine 
& #CSQwest comrade Bro. Massengo of Malaki Ma Kongo

nzooCALIFA -- Hailing from a blazed #Dance trek, her #Dancestory is truly emblazoned by that of Ancestral commission, married to the service of the Haitian Lwa known as "Ashade Bon Manbo". From Beaumont, Texas to the Bay Area for over 20 years Portsha Terae Jefferson also revered as, "Ashade Bon Manbo" has cultivated a trajectory of #Dance excellence, dynamic performance and a cultural legacy of training, education and cultural exchange. Often nurtured by Bay Area Dance luminaries Lynn Coles and Blanche Brown to name a few, to Haitian Dance Masters such as Pioneer Vivianne Gauthier [iba'e] with consistent training at Ecole Nationale de Artes [ENARTS], transcended through the establishment of Rara Tou Limen Haitian Performing Company in 2004, #Oakland, California.

Ms Jefferson's visionary Artistic leadership and RTL Company's unforgettable presentations have garnered her the attention as respected colleague and emerging cultural gatekeeper, forging new trailways through ancient traditions -- staying truth to the sojourn carving pathways for many to flourish crossing boundaries and dimensions in the #Dance. 

In grand salute Queen, Sistar & Nayson Rara Tou Limen. Ayibobooo!  
R. Califa, Nzo Califa, Dance Works 

featured below is Portsha's reflections of their 
upcoming Voyage:
Visionary Artistic leader Portsha Jefferson & Rara Tou Limen toured to Haiti 2014, with cultural
exchange initiatives to Canada 2016, embarking upon RTL Vodou Voyage 2017: Destination Cuba
source: July 31, 2017 Facebook post 
Flashback: "Our artistic offering and choreo-prayer, Limye pou Ayiti will soon hit the stage in Port-au-Prince! I keep asking myself "Is this REALLY happening?!" In this moment, it all seems so surreal. This cultural exchange tour to Haiti is GRAND. I know. I think big. I dream big. I choreograph big (ask any company member!) Why? Because I manifest GREATNESS!"  
    "Minokan" was RTL's promo photo for our Haiti tour, August 2014... 3 years later, personnel changes, energy shifts, out of state/country moves, babies born, growth, lessons, development...3 years later, August 2017, we are embarking on a new journey, new country, new developments, new ENERGY to help shape, enrich and INSPIRE us individually and collectively. Countdown: We leave for Cuba in 5 days! Thank you all for your love, support, prayers, and generous donations thus far. Onward and upward! AYIBOBO!!!" 

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

nzoCALIFA: SERVED on the Dance Floor, Old Skool Rules!

#nzoCALIFA -- Family, Fraternal and Club Reunions; Dancing in clan, Men Dancing 'hood tight to Samba de rodas and Ole skool crowd pleasers. You know it's #Townbizness when Event Party Empresario and #Oaklandnative Terrance "T-CAL" Calloway invites one and all to his Crown Day celebration, held on July 22nd, featuring Turntable Queen #PamTheFunktress aka "Purple Pam" on the wheels of steel and Sway Calloway of SwaysUniverse on the mic - But SEE who truly SERVED on the #Dance Floor at Eve's Waterfront?! (formerly the Rusty Scuppers) // ~R. Califa

T. Calloway's  B-day Celebration in "Peace, Love & Town Bizness"
Oakland, CA  *destination: Eve's Waterfront
[may require video loading process, click "full view" to adjust volume]

vid credit: Shaunte M. Jackson of, *muita obrigada 

SJSU Spartan Football Coach and Celebrated Former Dancer for MC Hammer, Alonzo Carter on high beam, as Blue-Phi/Soul Train Alumnus Jeffrey McCrimon slides to the side; Samba Funk's King Theo priming the floor and closing out the jump off, yours truly R. Califa @nzoCALIFA  join in a Frat/Soror STOMP in shared #Dance kinship, uplifting the theme for the eve in "Peace, Love & TownBizness." #RiteOn #PeaceLoveTownbizness #OldSkoolRules #Danceyourdestiny

Turntable Queen "Pam The Funktress"  lit up the celebrations while spinning Fam' vibrations
Calloways, Ramos, Baffour-Gyan, Mc Crimon #RiteOn #FamilyFirst
foto cr: Flo' Wiley, Black Beat Bay Area

Check out T-CAL on instagram @tcalloway_

Cupcakes baked especially by  
Shirt created by Aswad Inc Custom T-shirts @aswadinc on Instagram
@nzoCALIFA works in motion, please visit us above. 

Friday, July 21, 2017

nzoCALIFA: 100 Black Women in White - Divine indeed!

@nzoCALIFA -- This Divine revolution will  not be blogged, for you had to be there and need to go see it! Posted below is a very minute glimpse into a multi-dynamic Artistic spectrum -- an Artist movement invoking a powerful CALL known as The Black Woman is God exhibition created by over 100 Artists, envisioned by co-curators Karen Seneferu and Melorra Green held in its second year,  @somarts Gallery San Francisco, CA
July 20, 2017 - August 26, 2017 and this year's theme, "The Divine Revolution".   
                                    [l to r] Maya Moseley-Katakanga, Sister Linda Johnson, R. Califa & Trina Fields

As I love Street Processions, Ritual Theatre or the Ceremonial steeped in African Spiritual traditions, This year, I checked in with one of the procession leader to volunteer as a procession attendant, "crewed up" with a couple of friends. Answering @tbwig call, West African Dance Pioneer, Sister Linda Faye Johnson, serving as an Artistic anchor for the 100 Black Women in White [#100BWW] procession, joined in kinship with colleagues Anita Brooks, Vocal Teacher & Musician & Betty Ladzekpo, Master Teacher & Company Director along with alumnus of West African Music and Dance Ensemble.
     Community participants of this wing were marinated in the Artistic wisdom of Dance, Voice, and Music taught by celebrated Bay Area Master Artists; And all wings of #100BWW adjoined in The Divine Revolution in procession opening the way for the Exhibition's reception:

“paying tribute to Black people who have worked tirelessly to heal the 
community through art, culture, and spirituality.” @tbwig

@tbwig "100 Black Women in White" Procession stewards look on with reverence as the      "Black Lives Matter" Masquerade dances up vitality and invoking continued ease to the Mothers of those slain unjustly - Global Street Dance Masquerade is ushered through Rashad Pridgen, Artistic Director. ~ @nzoCALIFA  

A powerful #Dance Transformation Agent, as #Dance Pioneer, Sister Linda Johnson
invokes the movement of 100 Black Women in White to Dance in jubilation, "LAMBA".
Master Drummers: Baba Tumani Onabiyi on Djembe, Samba Guisse, Tama player & Monica Hastings Smith, Djun & Masquerade.

They Greeted Me First...
@nzoCALIFA - A petit curtsy to Ayana Ivery's "Holy Trinity" (2017) One of the many Art shrines
you'll feelcompelled to salute at The Black Woman is God Exhibition,
Somarts Gallery, SF, CA July 20th- Aug. 26th 2017| FREE

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

nzoCALIFA: #Dance Mediumship on the airwaves

#danceyourdestiny: I share with my Students often, the mediumship of service through #Dance - I utilize my Dance like a  travel Visa often answering the call to inform agencies, communities and global audiences of the powerFULL transcendental effects of DANCE. Dance mediumships serve to advance Community Empowerment, promote Cultural legacy and uplift the personal development of fellow Artist agencies. 
     Brought to you from our archives and still living, listen in as SiriusXM Shade 45         "Sway in the Morning" broadcasts live in our home turf #Oakland, California as my kinship shares #Shine and his personal #Dance testimony; And together we're giving #Oakland LIFE through the DANCE! #RiteOn 

~R. Califa, Nzo Califa Dance Works        

#stepUPyourservicetodance #danceyourdestiny

*clip courtesy of @SwaysUniverse on youtube

Thursday, May 25, 2017

May in the Bay - Carnaval Season!

      Carnaval Season in the month of May only in the BAY, held in the historic Mission district of San Francisco, Ca with live broadcasts on KPIX Channel 5 and a post special on KBCW Channel 44 {see flier for broadcast schedule below} Oakland comes through with Family style Festivals with Oakland Carnival [Sat-June 3rd] and the Ressaca do Carnaval [Sun.-June 4th] the After Party NOT to be missed presented by Tambores de Julio Remelexo with Brazilian Food, featuring Pagode, Abadas from Bahia and a LIVE! video shoot. 
Carnaval Spirit starts from within and transcends. @nzoCALIFA we send a grand salute to our tradition bearers, the folks behind the scenes and YOU! #BomCarnaval
~R. Califa, Nzo Califa Dance Works
Bay Area Carnavalesca kinship representing Bay Area Carnaval legacy spanning over 3 decades.
Bom Axe'  to our neophyte passistas Lupe Tovar, Lucia Arrizon and Nyala Wright.

Plenty of Samba best, as Dancers compete to become Queen of  Passistas Ginga Brazil 2017
for more info:
Carnaval San Francisco online and LIVE KPIX 5
click flier for details.


SAT. June 3rd Oakland's Carnival at the historic Mosswood Park in its 4th year.

Can't get enough of Carnaval Celebration, catch the ultimate After Party Sun. June 4th with
Tambores Julio Remelexo and their Ressaca do Carnaval Party in Oakland. GET THAT ABADA!

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Pioneer, Pillar & Post: Baba Chuck Davis Iba'e March 14, 2017

Dr. Charles R. Davis 
aka "Baba Chuck"
[January 1, 1937 - May 14, 2017]
One of the World's foremost Educators, Teachers and Ambassadorship humanizing the African Dance & Drum 
Cultural traditions, while advancing the intelligentsia of its Art, Craft, while cultivating generations of legacy 
building. We salute you and yours Baba in love, light and sweet Ancestral ascension. 
~ R. Califa, Nzo Califa Dance Works   @nzoCALIFA 

A special note of love, grand support and sweet ease to our kinship at the 

African Dance and Drum Ensemble, his Family along with Arts and Drum kinship 
and Global Communities of Baba Chuck Davis.
       If you've ever been privy to be in the presence of Baba Chuck Davis, then you know that you were before an ominpotent earthly force imbued and guided fiercely by the Ancestors. His trajectory of anthropological Dance research and works, assuredly has generated volumes of Dance repositories transcending the pioneering works of our luminiaries Primus and Dunham, yet forging new trails bridging contemporary, traditional, while cultivating new #Dance dialogues, forums and perspectives, throughout the world.

*Baba Chuck Davis, 1977
Photo courtesy of BAMblog
To take a class with him was the Bantaba, to listen to him lecture was prose and song tied into endless gem notes--wisdom you never want to forget. His leadership and Artistic vision shepherded #Dance nzo Chuck Davis Dance Company in New York in 1968 taking the Company to perform in FESTAC - Nigeria in 1977.  The preeminent African Dance and Drum Festival Dance Africa was conceived through his visionary Artistic Leadership founded in 1977 first presenting at Brooklyn Academy of Music's Lepercq Space.* Today #DanceAfrica celebrates 40 years where over 80 Dance Troupes from 15 nations have performed with extended productions now presenting in Washington, DC; Chicago, Illinois, Dallas, Texas, Denver Colorado, Columbus Ohio and Pittsburgh, PA.**
       Formed in 1983, African American Dance Ensemble of Durham, North Carolina, remains a thriving institution and living repository of Dr. Davis' legacy and mission for over 30 years, touching the world over teaching, performing and building on 5 continents. Dr. Davis has served as Elder Advisor to leading African Dance and Drum organizations throughout the country, and as Professor at North Carolina Central University and Duke University respectively.

And I know like everyone else who shares in this Dance and Drum kinship of magnificent legacy, that this year's call to the Drum shall have us all dancing with hearts full, filled with grand Spirit and inspiration paying homage to our Ancestral Guardian Gran, Baba Chuck Davis, eeeeyo!
*love, light and sweet Ancestral ascension Baba*

Regina "Califa" Calloway, Creative Director
Nzo Califa Dance Works - Oakland, California
@nzoCALIFA | @nzocalifa

DANCEAfrica Highlights - Brooklyn 2017
  • May 20th 10am Weeksville Heritage Center (1698 Bergen St, Brooklyn) A Tribute to the Ancestors; 1pm DanceAfrica Community Day at Restoration Plaza [1368 Fulton St, Brooklyn] at  to kick off the Annual Festival. 
  • The Memorial Day weekend celebration African Marketplace and Bazaar [Brooklyn]
  • May 26-29:  DanceAfrica 2017 The Healing Light of Rhythm: Tradition and Beyond 
Artistic Director Abdel R. Salaam & Artistic Director Emeritus Baba Chuck Davis [iba'e]
*Wula Drum and Dance Ensemble 
*Asase Yaa Forces of Nature Illstyle and Peace Productions 
*BAM/Restoration Dance Youth Ensemble 
*Lighting design by Al Crawford; Sound design by David Margolin Lawson 

BAM Howard Gilman Opera House (30 Lafayette Ave) 
May 26 at 7:30pm; May 27 at 2pm & 7pm
May 28 & 29 at 3pm 
Tickets start at $25 (half-price for ages 16 & under)

If you have a message or words of encouragement, please do so by using the following 
number 919-672-1058. You may leave a message to include your name and number if you so desire. Information will be shared as soon as possible. Peace! Love! Respect! For Everybody
If you would like more information, please contact: 
Dr. B. Angeloe Burch Sr. at 919-672-1058 
or email at
Friday, June 2, 1pm - 7pm
Fisher Memorial UHC - 420 E Piedmont Ave, Durham, NC 27707 
The body will lay in state and a time of Community Tributes will begin at 5:00 p.m.
Funeral Services:
Saturday, June 3, 11:00 a.m.
Union Baptist Church - 904 N Roxboro St, Durham, NC 27701
for further information: Dr. B. Angeloe Burch Sr. - 919-672-1058

news media homage of Baba Chuck Davis [iba'e]
(short list)
** BAM 150 years [blogspot]
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Monday, May 8, 2017

Monday Media -nzo.archive: Fua Dia Congo 2009

R. Califa Diaspora Dance Specialist
Alumnus of Fua Dia Congo/Diata Diata
Met the inimitable "Congo Man" onstage at a Berkeley Highschool Performance in tribute to Ta Malonga back in 1982. On cue, he jumped in and challenged our "Bakongo" and as my Senior classmates quickly exited stage right, I was left to fend for my neophyte-self, an initiation so-to-speak. Post College, I immediately inducted myself into the membership of this iconic Cultural force and not only gained an immeasurable training and educational experience of  Dance, Drum and Culture, also learning these important keys as an Artist: "Arts excellence and Business administration" Malonga's torch of indomitable Spirit continues to blaze cultural pathways that'd create Nzo Califa Dance Works and elevate "My Kongo". ~ @nzoCALIFA

FUA DIA CONGO [FUA] was founded by World-renown Master Artist and Cultural Ambassador Ta Malonga Casquelourd of Brazzaville, Republic of Congo in kinship with respected Community leaders and scholars of East Palo Alto along with his Congolese cohorts Ma Boukaka and Paul N'Goumba [all give praise to life].  His visionary leadership carried many important veins that bred life into notable Institutions for erecting arts preservation and academic excellence like, San Francisco State University's Ethnic Dance Department, San Francisco City Celebrations, Mandeleo Institute and Everybody's Creative Arts Center.  Established in 1977, FUA is a non-profit Teaching and Performing Arts Institution; It's Company repertoire reflects religious, social and military traditions of the Kongo Kingdom, the Company's legacy extends itself to a global Student constituency, epic Company Repertoire productions, celebrated Dance and Drum Camps from California to Maui, Hawaii and signature Dance and Drum Class programming at the historic Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, Oakland, CA.


Presentation at the Midpen Media Center Studio Series, January 2009

Fua Dia Congo
Congolese Dance Ensemble
"Our Congolese Heritage" 

Artistic Director: Muisi-Kongo Malonga Musical Director: Kiazi T. Malonga
Guest Master Artist: Sandor Diabankouezi  Producers: Karen Adams, Muisi-Kongo Malonga
  • Kimvuka - A Village gathering
  • Mayaka - Company
  • Ganza - Company
  • Bisiki Bia Ngoma - Drum Core
  • Dance Moumbolo - Company 
  • Essombi - Balet Kizingu Youth Ensemble 
  • Kingoli - Company
*program credits drawn from the video program

Friday, May 5, 2017

nzoCALIFA_Archives: Divinely Fogolystic - Carnaval SF '95

"That's why I like Carnaval...There's no preconceived notion about who can take part. There are people in the classes 
from 5 to 50 years old."
R. Calloway, Carnaval Program Coordinator, Class Leader
Fogo Na Roupa/ New Mission News, San Francisco  1995

Featured Fogo Na Roupa, Carnaval SF 1993 - Nives Wetzel de Cediel Dance leader
       An inspired moment to write this flashback forward piece, in the midst of researching material for my #Dancestory2017 trek and came across this article, part of the The New Mission News Archive - May 1995
San Francisco, CA. It shares a glimpse of Carnaval San Francisco revelry , featuring an article of one my legacy Dance Houses for over 17 years -- Fogo Na Roupa.  
Be lifted in the richness of such a historical tradition of Arts passion and life works. Engage in the feel of these times and please read the actual article [i.] below
Obrigada, R. Califa 

" Serengeti" Fogo Na Roupa, Carnaval San Francisco 1995
Nives Wetzel, Laila Jenkins & Lisa Whitney 

[rt] Artistic Director Mestre Carlos Aceituno 
[rest in progress]
"Fogo's Divine Buzios" was the theme for one of the Bay Area's exciting movements on and off the streets, founded in 1989, Fogo Na Roupa [clothes on fire] led then by the illustrious Mestre Carlos Gilberto Aceituno.[RIP]
     We enlisted the talents of Mario Chacon, Carnaval King and award winning Fashion designer from El Salvador, coalesced with Artists/Costume designer talents of Nives Wetzel, Lisa Whitney, with a team of dedicated Musicians and Volunteers, responsible for producing the sound and encapsulating the visual aspect upon a Float platform.  Delivered personally from Salvador da Bahia the "Timbau" was the featured instrument as "Timani" a Senegalese rhythmic adaption donned Fogo's dynamic playlist. 
As Carnaval Program Coordinator it was my role to coordinate the Artistic visions of the Director, Designers working in concert to outfit an over 40 piece bateria, while recruiting contingent membership, conducting class programming and Womanifest my own designs upon a section or destaque or two -- boasting a membership of over 200.   
YES! I'd be in creative nirvana caught in Saturday afternoon Bay bridge traffic. #Carnavalesca4life.

1995 Carnaval San Francisco Award Standing
Overall Fogo tied 3rd-place with Betho Filho of Oju Oba. 
tied 1st place - Brazilian Dance
2nd Place Brazilian Visual & Float
3rd  Place Brazilian Music.

      San Francisco Carnaval San Francisco during this era brimmed with the legacy of Pioneers and trailblazers cultivating cultural seeds and traditions in the Bay Area bridged with endless creative boundaries and no borders! The very thrust of today's organizational efforts are emblazoned by the vision of such luminaries, folks from the barrios, favelas and the ghettos - to the working class, Master Artists, Craftsmen, Corporate, Entrepreneurs with the "upper echelon" engaging in frivolous revelry, as Shaman and Priestess bless the streets with traditional rituals in the midst of protests of the day -- One has never seen such festive gathering so unique as Carnaval San Francisco.
"Porta Bandeira" "Batucaje 1980         

Jacque Barnes/Dance Pioneer/Master Teacher
Photo courtesy: Rick Telesforo
The competition results of the year of 1995, was ladened with Carnaval Artistic excellence of Grand Champions D'Midas International to Bay Area Dance muse Betho Filho of Oju Oba, Stephen/Colleen Tiffenson of Mas Makers Massive, mesmerized by innovators Kip Farris "Float Designer Extraordinaire" [RIP] and raising the bar was Carnaval Royalty Josephine Morada and Chalo Eduardothen blazing their own trails through Escola Nova de Samba, hailing  
 from the legendary halls of Jose Lorenzo & Jacque Barnes' of Escola de Samba Batucaje - The first Brazilian Carnaval Group of the times and First Champions of Carnaval San Francisco. //@nzoCALIFA
*Lithograph -Oakland Museum of California (C) 1982 Judith Herzog Bebianno 1982; (C) 2017, Oakland Museum of California Escola De Samba / Batucaje / Directed By Jose Lorenzo". Poster's btm:
" Champions Of Carnival 1981 / the Dance of Life! 
San Francisco Carnaval Parade".


Carnaval San Francisco Article listings researched and compiled by 
R. Califa Calloway, Nzo Califa Dance Works

*just click on the golden links*

i. "Absolutely, Positively, Fogolystic" 
by Bob Parks, The New Mission News, May 1995

iii. "The Beginning of Carnaval with Escola de Samba Batucaje"  by Richard Telesforo, El Tecolote, May 11, 2011

iv. "The Birth of Carnaval San Francisco on the Streets of San   Francisco",  by Willy Lizarraga,

Click link for more info about:  Carnaval San Francisco

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

nzoCALIFA: Mardi Gras Mash Up 2017

#fattuesday-- No matter where you are, the Season of Mardi Gras mojo permeates 
throughout the Universe, flowing through the veins by all who have been "touched." I'm with #NOLA in Spirit, yet SHE will be with me whereever I may go; So BAY AREAAAAA lets 
get it, Let's GOOOO! "Laissez les bon temps rouler" com muito Axe'

~R. Califa, Nzo Califa Dance Works

Sisterhood of Carnavalescas tip their hats in the Historic Filmore, fueled by MJ's Brass Boppers

2017 Catch Brass on BLAST with MJ's Brass boppers and more, @nzoCALIFA to be on scene

                      San Francisco's Historic Fillmore bringing your Mo' Mardi Gras Spirit!
Carnaval San Francisco Fete of Fat Tuesday Festivity - see events listing

So love the legacy kinship of Yellow Pocahontas

ya got my heart y'all love you #NOLA
*thank you WWOZ 90.1 FM for this French Quarter capture* Happy Mardi Gras 


...just who is this unforgettable face on the front page of 

It's Dancer, aspiring Holistic Chef and Carnavalesca, Ms. Cevie P. Toure
Cevie was also the FACE of Carnaval San Francisco 2014, donning billboards, buses, VIP passes, program booklets to the Global Carnaval World, her Spirit continues to transcend.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Mardi Gras time: Brothers BRING IT on Bourbon

Mardi Gras time -- Delivering more than just sanitation service to New Orleans neighborhoods, these Brothers bringing sweet #Footwork, Dance servic  up Bourbon street in the historic French Quarter. #Dance where everyday life is EVERY day life in New Orleans - ya' heard?! It's what we LOVE about our kinship New Orleans behbe. This clip caught by pedicab driver Paul McCaige, reported by Chelsea Brasted for 
Now tell us, "How will YOU step Up your service to Dance?!

Friday, February 3, 2017

In the Dance: February is for Family History

Why WE Dance, How WE Dance and When?

Stay tuned, plug-in and keep an open ear to Ancestral teachings channeled through our kinship platforms throughout the month of February, invoking your next steps towards amplifying your story. Next level your service to the #Dance. #RiteOn ~ @nzoCALIFA 

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

nzoCALIFA: Black History Month - Amplify yOUR story in the Dance

@nzoCALIFA: Trust every #Dance step you take; Be intentional with your movement; Dare to choreograph your BEST life co-creating with the wisdom of the divine, giving service to your destiny. 

Don't know where to start?!  Be inspired by the day I made it my mission to DANCE MY DESTINY creating a next level initiative to honor my Ancestors and to invoke Ancestral healing; this was the impetus of @nzoCALIFA #Dancestory, in the field, libraries, studios, homes and still in motion...
*apsire higher*

See how far I've come and where I'm going
and you can too -  #nzoCALIFAncestry

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

nzoCALIFA: Ancestral Road leads to ROOTStech- Salt Lake City, UTAH

Learn more about this walk cultivating Ancestral healing including her Sojourn to Haiti 
*click link*  R. Califa in Haiti

Nzo Califa Dance Works
 trumpets the works of #Dance for service, taking next steps of movement that positively and progressively impact its constituency. Joined by Congo SQ West Kinship Society our genealogy wing literally takes flight, taking the Ancestral testimonies of many RootsTech 2017 boundSalt Lake City, Utah, the Motherlode of Genealogy + Technology Conferences in the USA.
Learn updates of this exciting sojourn. #nzoCALIFAncestry |  #danceyourdestiny