CCCADI Launches Phase 2 Of #ArtsGoBlack Campaign Challenging Arts & Culture Field To Address Systemic Racism

Two weeks ago, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) initiated Phase 1 of #ArtsGoBlack Campaign designed to express solidarity with all those protesting the horrific murders of countless members of our African Diaspora family by violent, racist attacks – all within 100 days. Continue Reading →

SouSou! Saturdays Virtual It’s A Pinkster Fest With Chief Baba Neil Clarke With CCCADI

Join the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) for their new series of SouSou! Saturdays Virtual programming scheduled for April through August 2020 at 12 pm ET. Continue Reading →

Join A Free Webinar Series Using Integral Herbs And Plants Infused With Afro Cuban Religion Orisha & Palo Traditions

The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) is pleased to offer a free virtual adaptation of our popular Integral Herbs and Plants In Afro Cuban Religion Lecture Series. Continue Reading →

CCCADI Education Guidebooks For Exhibitions Now Available FREE On-Line For Home Schooling

The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute is pleased to make available free Education Guidebooks created for several of our past exhibitions which can complement homeschooling efforts by parents during these difficult times. Continue Reading →

The Color Of Power, Heroes, Sheroes And Their Creators, Black Womxn In Comics At CCCADI

The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) is pleased to present the Gallery Talk, Black Womxn in Comics, as a complement to our current exhibition, The Color of Power: Heroes, Sheroes & their Creators. Continue Reading →

Innovative Cultural Advocacy Fellowship Application Process Now Open For Cycle VIII Spring 2020

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. Continue Reading →