(IRS certified 501(c)(3) Association - July 2000)
The Igbos residing in Indianapolis, and surrounding cities, founded the Umunna Cultural Association of Indianapolis in July 1994.
The objectives of the association are as follows:
§ To promote and foster the Nigerian culture particularly the Igbo tradition.
§ To foster closer relationship among the Igbo families in Indianapolis.
§ To facilitate the promotion and advancement of positive social agenda in Nigeria and Greater Indianapolis through humanitarian activities.
President - Sonny Anuka
Secretary – Tochukwu Iloabuchi
Treasurer – Augustus Nwachukwu
Financial Secretary – Ukamaka Oruche
Community & Publicity Affairs – Maria Osuji
The Association meets on the last Sunday of every month except when meetings are combined with other planned events such as picnics.
You can reach the association by snail mail at:
Umunna Cultural Association Of Indianapolis
P. O. BOX 1312
Indianapolis, IN 46206-1312
We live and enjoy our culture ... from the men's masquerade groups to the instruments we use. Not forgetting our women's cultural groups. We stay grounded in the culture we are so proud of. Listed below are some web links to get you involved.
>> Learn About Our Umunna Men's Cultural Masquerade Group
>> Learn About Our About Umunna Women's Cultural Dance Group
>> Please click here to view the pictures of our three masquerade and listen to the unique rhythm of each masquerade
>> Authentic Igbo Musical Instruments.
>> Samples of Igbo Musicians