New African Cultural Business Set to Open in Quincy Square

Exploring the Rich Cultural Heritage of Zambia: Bwembya’s Market in Quincy Square

Zambia’s rich cultural heritage is set to be showcased at Bwembya’s Market, a new black-owned business in Quincy Square. The grand opening of the market is scheduled for April 11th at 10 a.m., and attendees can expect an immersive experience that celebrates the beauty and diversity of African culture.

Kena Bwembya and her husband Charles are the passionate minds behind this exciting venture. They have always been avid art enthusiasts and are excited to share their passion with others through Bwembya’s Market. The couple has imported a range of items from Zambia, including jewelry and kitchenware, but their main focus is on displaying the work of local Zambian artists.

By showcasing authentic Zambian crafts, Bwembya’s Market aims to bridge the gap between different cultures and create a sense of connection within the community. Ashley Engle reports from Quincy neighborhood, highlighting this unique business endeavor that serves as a platform for sharing and preserving Africa’s cultural heritage while supporting local artists and businesses.

According to Surface, significant portions of Africa’s cultural heritage are held outside the continent. Bwembya’s Market will serve as a reminder of this rich cultural legacy, providing neighbors with an opportunity to explore and appreciate African culture right in their own community. Don’t miss out on this exciting event!

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