Indigo’s Cultural Arts Centers was started and led by Lee Ester Niajallah Hendrix-Wilson, who left this physical reality in September 2022. Even while facing a life-changing cancer diagnosis, our sister was still very intentional, and left implicit and direct instructions with her community that everything she planned to execute must continue to move forward. We, her sisters--and you, her community—will undoubtedly do what we can to keep this promise.
Greensboro Kwanzaa Collective
Healing Wheel Retreats
Rites of Passage for Youth and Young Adults
Coming together to make the world a better place through the arts; using culture as the lens through which we view and process the world
The Healing Wheel Retreat was created in 2012 to begin to close the gap in mental health illness for African Americans and People of Color specifically for girls and women by providing sacred, nurturing, private, and open healing spaces for those who suffer from trauma.
This year, like others before, we will celebrate community and culture with our citywide Celebration of Kwanzaa. It is certain to be filled with family fun, food, and activities for the entire family.
The Kwanzaa Family Fest is a day of games, workshops, and information sessions. It is a fun event for the entire family. It is held during the Kwanzaa Celebration Season. Watch our website adn our Facebook page for more information as the season approaches