Welcome Yodith Dammlash, our new Program Manager!

The ladies of Mambu Badu have been working behind on the scenes on the second issue of the Mambu Badu magazine. As we were working on the design and adding in a few more surprises for the Spring debut, we realized that we needed a little help in handling our other responsibilities. We knew the perfect woman–Yodith Dammlash. Yodith was part of the inaugural Mambu Badu cohort and she is excited to join the team as our 2012 Program Manager!

Yodith Dammlash is a photographer living and working in the Washington area. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Photography from Corcoran College of Art & Design. Yodith’s professional and artistic works have been featured online as well as print publications, including TheRoot.com, The YBF and PG Suite magazine. Her photography often explores personal concepts of identity, namely perceptions of “black womanhood” and her own Ethiopian-American ancestry.

The ladies of Mambu Badu have been working behind on the scenes on the second issue of the Mambu Badu magazine. As we were working on the design and adding in a few more surprises for the Spring debut, we realized that we needed a little help in handling our other responsibilities. We knew the perfect woman–Yodith Dammlash. Yodith was part of the inaugural Mambu Badu cohort and she is excited to join the team as our 2012 Program Manager.

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This Saturday!

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7pm Saturday, March 17

Five Myles Gallery, 558 St. Johns Place

The ladies of Mambu Badu are partnering with The Societies of Fine Art and Collections, Five Myles Gallery, the African American Art Collective, Breukelen Coffee House, and Spicy Wild Mango for a presentation of artwork from Mambu Badu, Marcellous Lovelace, and Robert Trujilo. Proceeds from art sales will benefit The Liberator Magazine.