First Friday Broadcast Shines Spotlight on Colorado-Ghana Children's Fund
Denver Open Media's First Friday broadcast became a celebration of Ghanaian culture this weekend, with music and dance performances by artists from Ghana and Colorado. The event, which was broadcast live on Comcast channel 57, sought to raise awareness of the Colorado-Ghana Children's Fund which helps children in Ghana achieve their educational goals. Amongst the performers were Adjei Abankwah, producer of the annual BaoBao Festival, and Maputo Mensah, director of the music and dance group Logo Ligi. Sculptor Ed Dwight was also on hand to answer questions about his "Off to School" bronze sculpture which he donated to the Colorado-Ghana Children's Fund to aid in fundraising.
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