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Photos from Halloween at the St. Louis Uhuru House

On Wednesday, October 31st, the African People’s Education and Defense Fund (APEDF) hosted Uhuru Halloween Haunted Night at the St. Louis Uhuru House. It was fun for the whole family with treats, activities for kids, music and a costume contest.

APEDF has sponsored this popular community event for many years at the St. Petersburg, Florida Uhuru House and has now brought the tradition to St. Louis.

Local volunteers and supporters around the country make this and other programs of APEDF and Black Power Blueprint happen! Thank you!

Mustapha Musa Abantu (left) who works in the APSP Office of the Deputy Chair leads a round of musical chairs.

One of the event organizers, Brandi Arrington (farthest right), with the winners of the contest where daughters got to fix their mother’s hair.

Brandi pictured again with Mummy Wrap contestants.

Many from the community came out to enjoy this fun, family event.

MORE PHOTOS in the Uhuru Halloween Haunted Night Album >>