Ewe Association of Houston (EAH)

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The Ewe Association of Houston (EAH) is the second oldest African organization in the city of Houston, formed after the Ethiopian Organization of Houston. The first meeting was held during Easter weekend of 1982. The first formal constitution for EAH was drafted in 1995.

The main reason for setting up the organization was to foster companionship among Ewes in the Houston Metropolitan Area. To that end, new arrivals to Houston were encouraged to join the Association so others can provide help and support when needed. To grow this companionship the group adopted several American holidays to suit the community needs.  Thus, Thanksgiving Day was celebrated as a community. Similarly, Memorial Days and Labor Days were held as beach picnic events. These beach picnics became so entertaining with food, drumming and dancing, their popularity quickly grew beyond the Ewe community to other Ghanaian groups in the Houston area and surrounding towns and cities. This includes participants from Dallas and Austin. The Ewe Association has since become the social and cultural hub for the majority of Ewes in the Greater Houston area.

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