Enough Is Enough! Join The East Harlem Communal Response To Trump

Enough is Enough! The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) is tired of the violent attacks and blatant disrespect committed by Trump and his administration to our Black, Brown, Indigenous, Womxn, LGBTQ communities. They call on our artists, policymakers, and CCCADI family to take a stand and voice your thoughts, emotions, and visions for the future at our East Harlem Cultural Siesta: A Communal Artistic Response to Trump.

The event features an interactive community pop-up graffiti mural, a people’s wall, African drumming, empowering music, and a host of other politically inspired art activities. This event will be led by artist, curator, and museum educator, Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez.

Bring your voice, art, poetry, instruments, pots, and pans!

Please email jsackey@cccadi.org if you would like to participate as an artist and facilitate a pop-up art activity.

Founded in 1976 by Dr. Marta Moreno Vega, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) is a vibrant home for global Afro-descendant cultural programming. A multi-disciplinary center based in East Harlem, New York City, CCCADI integrates art, education, activism and conscious cultural tourism to foster social transformation. The Center documents and present the creative genius of African Diaspora cultures; prepare the next generation of cultural leaders; and unite Diaspora communities. CCCADI carries out its mission through public art exhibitions, performances, educational programs, workshops, conferences and international exchanges, and reaches more than 20,000 people annually throughout New York City, Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and Europe.

Tuesday, September 17 & Tuesday, September 24 at 1:00 PM

Caribbean Cultural Center, 120 East 125th Street, Between Lexington and Park Avenues, www.cccadi.org/, Facebook.com/CCCADI / Twitter.com/CCCADI / Instagram.com/cccadi

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