Established in 2004, Musuyanama is a non-profit women’s organization that aims to establish healthy networks between its members and the greater Newark community. Deriving from the West African language, Diuola (Dy-u-la), Musuyanama, meaning “Beautiful Woman,” is a plateau that aspires to unite women of all races, backgrounds, and professions and provide for them a platform to be heard. Its founders, Rafiah Muhammad and Vonetta Reeves, launched Musuyanama with the purpose of bringing women into full participation in society — sharing success, advice, and offering services to other women around the community. In August 2008, Musuyanama was recognized as a non profit organization by the federal government and was given the 501 c3 status.
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ATTENTION CIRCUIT COMMUNITY, Due to damage done to the Mansion during Hurricane Sandy, we are forced to change our 2nd "LET ME CATER TO...
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Musuyanama's Annual Networking Events are essentially designed for people to network within their local communities. We search for people...
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Musuyanama Presents a Personal Development Workshop."Finding Peace in the Midst of Chaos: Reclaiming your Emotional, Physical, and...
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COME AND LET "MUSU" CATER TO YOU: Everything served on a platter, Food, Musu Joos Fountain, Hookah, Orange sliced Jello Slices, & More...
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