Come closer so I can see. ooo that looks nice on you Maggie.
Moma do you like my dress?
Is that my Dee. look at here. Hey Dee.
(whispers) Hello Dee.
Asalamalakim My sister and mother.
Well Dee it is good to see yah.
No momma my name isnt Dee anymore my name is Wangero Leewanika Kemanjo.
Momma and Maggie been through alot. Maggie was burned in a fire in their last home. And Dee would always pick at her. Its present day and momma just got finished from working in the yard. Maggie comes out to show her what she has on .
Why I named you after a family member .I believe it was from my sister dicie.
Well yeah exactly I didn't want to be named after the people who opressed me.
Dee arrives and so does her friend. She greets them with language of culture. So as her friend sh brought with her. Momma and maggie was surprised to see dee but greeted back.
Who is your friend you have brought?
My mother and sister my name is Hakim.a.Barber.
No, but I do accept some of their doctrines . Cause farming and raising cattle is not my style.
Momma greets and complimented dee. Dee interupts her. Then she says she have changed her name to Wangero Leewanika Kemanjo. Momma was shocked and wanted to know why.
K moma be still and smile im finna take a picture of you and maggie.
She explains to her family she didnt want to be named after the people who opressed her.
Her friend Hakim.a.baber greets moma and Maggie and tell them his unusual name.
Ohh is you related to them beef cattle folks down the street they say asalamalakim aswell but they don´t shake hands
Wangero admires her heritage and takes photos of moma and Maggie.