HOW takes pride in its ability to produce outstanding community and international events, classes, market place coordination and productions.
From conception to execution HOW Institute in noted for excellence.
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4600 Carnegie Ave. Cleveland, Ohio USA
18 Holdbrook Smith Street Adisadel Cape Coast, Ghana
After School Entrepreneurs
Sewing and Jewelry Design Manufacturing African Dance
We are strong, wise, educated, and professional so what is the stumbling block to overcoming the issues that we face?
Letting Go is the key to freeing the magic of our African minds. We must let go of the old self and learn to embrace the knowledge wisdom and understanding of the culture from which we came.
HOW Institute is dedicated to awakening the Spiritual, Mental and Physical depth of our DNA that has heretofore been suppressed.
So, if you want to awaken the Spiritual, Mental and Physical power of your DNA....
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It is written in the scriptures that people suffer from
a lack of knowledge...yet we fill the halls of the college.
The Legacy Art Program is a link or bridge is you will, that connects people in the diaspora to those in the country of Ghana through the arts.
By creating murals that enhance their environment we connect through contest and legacy building enterprises:
- Ghanaian artist create pictures that are judged by prominent American artist
- Americans purchase Ghanaian art to be reproduced onto a mural within the Pan African Village in Ghana
- Murals will contain brass name plates
- Americans may purchase engraved brick pavers
- American youth create murals in solidarity