CCCADI Kicks Off Free Ongoing Virtual Public Programs With Exhibition Of Artists Activists

After launching its digital exhibition On Protest and Mourning, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute-CCCADI unveils its ongoing virtual dialogue series as a free opportunity for exhibition viewers. Continue Reading →

CCCADI’s Virtual Curator In Conversation With Maria Elena Ortiz And O’Neil Lawrence

The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) is pleased to present the next session in their popular virtual Curators in Conversation series.

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The ‘Liminal Space’ Explores Guyanese Heritage In Harlem

Migration is perhaps the defining movement of our time — for both the ones who leave and the ones who are left. Continue Reading →


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