Salon Africana At The Africa Center In Harlem (Video)

Join the second edition of Salon Africana at The Africa Center will feature performances by Julia Sarr, one of the most original vocal artists to emerge from West Africa, and Zoë Modiga, an artist who represents the present and future of African music. Continue Reading →

Celebrate Mother’s Day At Our Mother Africa SouSou! A Continent Of Cultures Family Program

A continent, not a country! Africa is the literal “mother” of all modern-day human beings, and through its gifts to the world in culture, history, and science. Continue Reading →

In 2019, Angola Hosts “World Tourism Forum” With The Presence Of Global Authorities

The Angolan Tourism Minister, Ângela Bragança, highlighted in a press conference the importance of getting closer to the national press in order to make the journalists work closer to her Ministry, to help in the promotion and dissemination of the tourism in Angola. Continue Reading →

Film Screening Of “Too Black To Be French?” At The Africa Center In Harlem

Join The Africa Center and African Film Festival, Inc. for a screening of the documentary film Too Black to be French? Continue Reading →

Sponsored Love: Travel Home To The Ghana Panafest Celebration 2019

It’s that time again for the annual Ghana Panafest Celebration 2019 from July 25th – August 3rd, 2019. The flight Departs the USA on July 25th, 2019, arriving Accra July 26th, departs Accra August 2nd, arriving in the USA on August 3rd, 2019. Continue Reading →

Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba Premieres On Martin Luther King Jr. Day On The World Channel!

Harlem-based ArtMattan Films is delighted to announce that Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba is the Season Opener for the eleventh season of the public television series AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange! Continue Reading →

Only Known Surviving Muslim American Slave Autobiography Goes Online At The Library Of Congress

The Library of Congress has acquired and made available online the Omar Ibn Said Collection, which includes the only known surviving slave narrative written in Arabic in the United States. Continue Reading →

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