CCCADI Appoints New Executive Director And Says Hello To The Descarga en el Barrio Festival

At the height of gentrification and in the midst of a political environment that threatens the very people and fabric that made East Harlem an epicenter of vibrant culture.

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When The Spirits Dance Mambo Signing And Talk With Dr. Marta Moreno Vega

Institution builder, professor, artist, activist, and CCCADI founder Dr. Marta Moreno Vega republishes her personal memoir When the Spirits Dance Mambo: Growing Up Nuyorican in El Barrio, with a new introduction. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s CCCADI Cultural Immersion Trip To Puerto Rico

Join the CCCADI‘s upcoming intersectional cultural immersion trip with the Community Arts University Without Walls (CAUWW) to Puerto Rico. Continue Reading →

Susan L. Taylor And Others At CCCADI’s 2nd Annual Spring Gala Reception

CCCADI invites you to the 2nd Annual Spring Gala Reception on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at the elegant Loeb Central Park Boathouse. Continue Reading →

CCCADI’s Events Signal New Beginnings In Harlem

CCCADI's Ache Lavagem da Rua 1The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) prepares for its much-anticipated move to an East Harlem Historical Landmark Firehouse with a series of fall programming that captures the spirit of the organization. Continue Reading →

Dear Diaspora: Exploring Approaches to Teaching Locally and Thinking Globally

ccadi in harlemJoin CCCADI for our 2015 showcase “Dear Diaspora”, a culminating celebration of the achievements of our brilliant students and teaching artists in our Prek-12 arts-in-ed program, T.L.C.: Touching Living Culture.

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Streams of Consciousness: A Movement Narrative At The Schomburg In Harlem

9cdd8ec9-c930-49a5-a6a4-e663a08dc359This program, co presented by CCCADI and The Schomburg Center for Research,  is a dance anthology exploring the cultural and ecological importance of water and probing the spiritual mandate, in the nature based esoteric traditions of the African Diaspora, to preserve this and other natural resources. Continue Reading →

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