Uhuru Health Fair & Flea Market

Only 2 Days Until the 7th Annual Uhuru Health Festival!

Are you as excited for next Saturday as we are?!

Take a look at our Health Festival promo video and exciting fitness challenge with the Pushup Gang:

Promo Video

HF Fitness Challenge- Pushup Gang
For more info and highlights please visit the blog: uhuruhealthfest.blogspot.com

                                            Click Here For Health Festival Facebook Page

2018 Uhuru Health Festival: https://www.facebook.com/events/351409518711950/

2018 Uhuru Flea Market Dates- Mark Your Calendars!

April 21st - Uhuru Health Festival & Flea Market
May 19th
June 23rd
August 18th
September 22nd - Uhuru Book Fair and Flea Market
October 20th
Vendor Registration is NOW CLOSED! For anyone  interested in vending, a waiting list is available. To get on the waiting list, please complete the registration form and submit with payment at Uhuru Furniture (832 N. Broad St.) Tuesday- Sunday 11:00a-6:00p

Click Here for Vendor Registration!

Click Here for Food Vendor Registration!

 APEDF is SO excited to bring such a powerful weekend to Philly. make sure you attend both of our upcoming events.



Uhuru Flea Market- September

Were expecting BEAUTIFUL weather for this Saturdays Flea Market! Come find your treasures at Uhuru Flea Market!

Uhuru Flea Market  is a project of the The African People's Education and Defense Fund (APEDF), the baddest nonprofit on the planet!

APEDF defends the civil and human rights of the African community and addresses the grave disparities faced by the black community in health, healthcare, economic development and education.

Help put the power of economic development in the hands of the African community by supporting Uhuru Flea Market, one of APEDF's many programs. Support self-determination for our community through self-reliance! 

Volunteer or Vend TODAY!

Rest in UHURU Wandering Feather!

Ron Wandering Feather (Randolph) recently passed.  We were lucky to have him vend at Uhuru Flea Markets from time to time.  He was a wonderful artist and jewelry maker with a long personal history of art, teaching at a school, vending his art around the states, having his own art gallery.  His father and grandfather were artists also. Uhuru Ron

To read more on the life and contribution of this amazing artist click here!

Rest in UHURU Jean Holman!

Jean Holman passed away early this 2017 season.  She and her husband vended with Uhuru Flea Market for years, even in the earliest years when it was called Clark Park People’s Flea Market.  Jean was one of the first to join us when we had 30 or so vendors in 2004 or 2005.   She had vended for many years prior to that I am sure. 

She was always the first in the park each Saturday morning. She padded across the park in her slippers, setting up her booth, talking to everyone, and bringing her warm and humorous personality to the market. Jean brought many other vendors to join Uhuru Flea Markets over the years.  She looked out for others and was loved by all for building the camaraderie between the vendors. She has been missed by our staff this year and will be dearly remembered.
Thoughts & love to her family and especially her husband. Uhuru Jean

Pictures from Uhuru Flea Market- June 2017

2016 Uhuru Book Fair & Flea Market

It's almost that time of the year again! 

Help get ready for the return of the

Uhuru Book Fair & Flea Market!

Want to participate in building the Book Fair? Just come to one of our community meetings - they're open to everyone, and we'd love to see you there!

Meetings are held every other Wednesday at Uhuru Furniture & Collectibles, located at 832 N. Broad St., on the corner of Broad & Parrish.


A huge Uhuru THANK YOU
to everyone who made the
2016 Uhuru Health Festival & Flea Market
a powerful community victory!

Quotes: 2016 Uhuru Health Festival

"We as Refugee Health Partners at Jefferson University have made it our mission to advocate for under-served and marginalized populations. The Uhuru Health Festival clearly does an amazing job at working towards this mission, and bringing to light important issues in the community. We are thankful and honored to help and serve this community!"
- George, Refugee Health Partners (Jefferson University)