Dear Culture@3 Participants: You will recall that when we announced and then launched the #ArtsGoBlack Campaign,
Cooking in the African Diaspora memorializes our ancestors; grants agency to all who participate; and represents the Diaspora’s invaluable contributions to world-wide cuisines.
Artists have always been central to the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) programs be they education, performance, or exhibitions.
The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora (CCCADI) invites applications for their Innovative Cultural Advocacy Fellowship (ICA) designed for 30 to 40-year-old arts-based professionals from historically marginalized communities of color.
President Trump recently signed a bill (HR 1242) that marks the year 2019 being the 400 years since the first enslaved African was brought to the United States.
The Innovative Cultural Advocacy Fellowship (ICA), a program of the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI), was founded in 2014 in Harlem.
In our current era of systematic racism, gender-based violence, neo-fascism, and religious intolerance, a pioneering New York City based cultural arts organization is hosting Trade/itions event in Harlem.