New African Cultural Business Set to Open in Quincy Square

Kena Bwembya and her husband Charles are passionate about art and have always appreciated its beauty. They are excited to launch Bwembya’s Market in the Quincy Square, where they will feature a variety of items imported from Zambia, such as jewelry and kitchenware. However, their main focus is on showcasing Zambian art created by local artists.

From Zambia to the Quincy Square, the community is coming together to celebrate and share their country’s rich culture. Ashley Engle reports from the Quincy neighborhood, highlighting a new black-owned business and their mission to support Zambian artists.

The couple hopes to provide neighbors with a hands-on experience of African culture, allowing them to see and feel the beauty of Zambia right in their own community. By displaying authentic Zambian crafts, they aim to bridge the gap between different cultures and create a sense of connection.

A significant portion of Africa’s cultural heritage is held outside the continent. Bwembya’s Market will serve as a platform for sharing and preserving this rich cultural heritage, while also supporting local artists and businesses. The grand opening of Bwembya’s Market on April 11th promises to be a cultural celebration that brings together the community and highlights the beauty and diversity of Zambia. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore and support this unique business endeavor.

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