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WaZobia Arts offers interactive – artistic collaboration, facilitates cultural awareness, and celebrates diversity lead by Artistic Director Sunny Eselekhomhen. WaZoBia brings together people of all ages and ethnicities to bring awareness through educational programs that reflect rich West African culture. This includes: art workshops, batik- making, rhythmic music, drum-making, school programs, traditional dye, gourd work, poetry workshops, painting, participatory dance, ceramics, traditional food/ medicines, and recycled/ repurposed artwork. In addition to the interactive elements, WaZoBia also offers excursions to diverse African regions, to immerse students and participants in experiences that will enrich and educate them in authentic West African artistic traditions.
I find it ironic that they do not post their 990s on their website. I also find it ironic as a nonprofit is is virtually impossible to speak to someone via the telephone. I would never donate to an organization that does not invite people to freely connect with it in the manner that is most comfortable for the donor/user. Shame on GreatNonprofits.
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Was trying to use the website to find help with any organization that might help people who are being bullied. Have to admit, for the greater Omaha area, I am really disappointed that there are no organizations that deal with this topic directly.
Perla N. 12/09/2013
Thanks for your feedback! Indeed, we are working on adding more content to the site and more relevant keyword searches. We hear you and we're putting "bully and anti-bullying" on our keyword list! Please feel to drop us a line at support(at)greatnonprofits.org if you have other suggestions of keywords we should add to our categories. THANK YOU! Sincerely, Perla Ni GreatNonprofits
Perla N. 02/03/2014
We've added now the Bullying category on our Issues navigation and here's the link http://greatnonprofits.org/categories/view/bullying. It's a work in progress and we will be adding more organizations in coming weeks. Thanks again for your feedback and please don't hesitate to reach out to us again via email or here to let us know what we can do to improve your experience. Sincerely, Perla Ni, GreatNonprofits
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