On the second Sunday in June, thousands gather in front of the Odunde headquarters on South Street to prepare for a mini ritual, at the Schuylkill River, in honor of the Yoruba goddess Oshun. Once the prayers are over the party begins, and Odunde (“Happy New Year” in the Yoruba language) turns into a full-scale street fair complete with live entertainment, international vendors and food.
3rd Annual Philly Spring Cleanup
Back In The Game
Voices of the Rebels
The 9th Street Market
Scenes From the Blue Horizon Boxing Hall