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Last week at our Summer Reading Series with guest writer, music producer, and multi percussionist Carlos "Caco" De Oliveira.

Photo by Mike Klubeck

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The Africa Center2 days ago

Here are some recap pics from the third program of our summer children's reading series, curated by One Moore Book. We were joined by writer, music producer, and multi percussionist Carlos "Caco" De Oliveira who read Azul meets New York Sam.
A big...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center6 days ago

For this week's #tbt we're highlighting author Lauren Wilkinson who was selected as a part of President Barack Obama's Summer Reading list for 2019.

We had the pleasure of hosting a book talk with Lauren Wilkinson and Glory Edim...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center1 week ago

Join us this Friday, August 16, from 10-11:30 AM as writer, music producer, and a multi percussionist, CARLOS "Caco" DE OLIVEIRA takes us on an adventure to Brazil with his children's book published by One Moore Book and titled, Azul Meets New York Sam, ....

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Here are some recap pics from the second program of our summer children's reading series, curated by One Moore Book. We were joined by Poet Patricia Jabbeh Wesley who read Monrovia, The River Visits the Sea.

A big thank you to...

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The Africa Center2 weeks ago

We’re excited to be participating in the NYC DOT's #SummerStreets today! Come visit our tent where we have a Traditional West African Glass Painting
workshop lead by artist Ibou Ndoye Art.

You’ll find us at the Uptown Rest Stop...

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2 days ago
Recap pics from the 3rd program of our summer children's reading series, curated by @onemoorebook - We were joined by writer, music producer, and multi percussionist Carlos "Caco" De Oliveira.

Our final program will be this Friday, August 23rd, 10AM-11:30AM.

📸 Mike Klubeck https://t.co/9LM5S1fxrF
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6 days ago
For this week's #tbt we're highlighting author Lauren Wilkinson ( @thrillkinson) who was selected as a part of President @barackobama's Summer Reading list for 2019. https://t.co/rOLUArjwjN TheAfricaCenter photo
1 week ago
We had such a great Tweetup over the weekend with our friends at @blackenterprise! https://t.co/c2TniCqYpT
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BE is here at one of @Twitter’s #Tweetups – its first-ever global experiential activation bringing the power of global conversation to life! https://t.co/0kSVqTGPLm
1 week ago
A pic from the 2nd program of our summer children's reading series, curated by @onemoorebook. Poet Patricia Jabbeh Wesley read Monrovia, The River Visits the Sea.

S/O  @harlemgrown for bringing its campers to the reading and art activity.

Photo by Mike Klubeck https://t.co/miaiWFPt1Q
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2 weeks ago
We’re participating in the @nyc_dot’s #SummerStreets today! Come visit our tent where we have a West African Glass Painting workshop lead by Ibou Ndoye.
You’ll find us at the Uptown Rest Stop at Rudin Plaza on Park Ave, between 51st & 52nd Streets/East and we’re here until 1pm https://t.co/MQN4Koi1yw
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2 weeks ago
"We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives" @ToniMorrison https://t.co/Yr5py5WPxR TheAfricaCenter photo
2 weeks ago
Our summer children's reading series continues this Friday, curated by @OneMooreBook , on August 9th from 10AM to 11:30 AM. This event is free and best suited for children 5-8 years old but all are welcome!
Link
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2 weeks ago
Toni Morrison, the 1993 Nobel laureate in literature, died on Monday in New York City. Her work explored the experience of black women and black identity in America. She was 88.

Rest in Power https://t.co/Zm3iCG0mrC
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3 weeks ago
The Africa Center is excited to be hosting a free Summer Reading Series for children! Join us each Friday morning for the first four weeks in August 2019.

Curated by @onemoorebook, the series features writers from the African continent and diaspora.

https://t.co/FMKacHrF6v https://t.co/k1sLRqwILi
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