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Celebrating the daffodil

Staff Photo: Erin Evans. The Giwayen Mata African Drum Troupe performed on Wednesday afternoon at Georgia Perimeter College's fourth annual Daffodil Festival, which celebrates the flower and focuses on the Native American and black cultures in Newton County. Omelika Kuunba, left, and Gail Jordan play the drums while Amamansa Whitten and Rashida Abdula, right, dance for a crowd of students, instructors and other staff and community members.

Staff Photo: Erin Evans. The Giwayen Mata African Drum Troupe performed on Wednesday afternoon at Georgia Perimeter College's fourth annual Daffodil Festival, which celebrates the flower and focuses on the Native American and black cultures in Newton County. Omelika Kuunba, left, and Gail Jordan play the drums while Amamansa Whitten and Rashida Abdula, right, dance for a crowd of students, instructors and other staff and community members.

Staff Photos: Erin Evans

The Giwayen Mata African Drum Troupe performed on Wednesday afternoon at Georgia Perimeter College's fourth annual Daffodil Festival, which celebrates the flower and focuses on the Native American and black cultures in Newton County. Omelika Kuunba, left, and Gail Jordan play the drums while Amamansa Whitten and Rashida Abdula, right, dance for a crowd of students, instructors and other staff and community members.