Connect

 

Facebook

The Africa Center
The Africa Center1 week ago

Sudanese New Zealander Mohamed Kheir Performs his show 'The Immigrant Is Staying' this coming Friday at The Africa Center.

As a black, Muslim, immigrant living in New York City, Mohamed uses comedy to reclaim the ‘American Dream’, a dream which has been...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center2 weeks ago

‪New music series with Salon Africana by Somi at The Africa Center on the 15th & 16th at 8PM (doors 7:30) - Performances by South African artists Thandiswa Mazwaib & Nduduzo Makhathini as they present their collaborative album “Belede”. ‬

TicketS: bit.ly/2IYSrte...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center2 weeks ago

Join us for SalonAfricana's new modern music series by Somi at The Africa Center on March 15th and 16th at 8PM (doors open at 7.30PM) for performances by acclaimed South African artists Thandiswa Mazwai and Nduduzo Makhathini as they present works from their indelible collaborative...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center2 weeks ago

Join us for a Portal connection to Kigali this Saturday (3/9) from 12-2PM with best-selling Rwandese author Clemantine Wamariya. Wamariya will be using The Africa Center Portal to simultaneously engage a Rwandese and American audience—two countries which frame her autobiographical New York Times bestseller, The...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center updated their profile picture.3 weeks ago
The Africa Center
The Africa Center4 weeks ago

The Africa Center is excited to host the New York Coalition of Black Architects on February 28th at 7PM. To RSVP, please email events@nycoba.org

Load More

Twitter

2 days ago
A magical night we won't soon forget. Thank you to all who attended. https://t.co/mmUSCeOje9 TheAfricaCenter photo
1 week ago
Sudanese New Zealander Mo Kheir Performs his show 'The Immigrant Is Staying' March 22nd.
As a black, Muslim, immigrant living in NY, Mo uses comedy to reclaim the ‘American Dream’, a dream which has been immortalized by hard-working immigrants.

link: https://t.co/at6g4DywJ5 https://t.co/XiLMy1q5yt
TheAfricaCenter photo
1 week ago
Great mention from @nytimes. We've teamed up with Salon Africana to bring you performances by Thandiswa and Nduduzo tonight and tomorrow night at The Africa Center. https://t.co/mExDd1RHHB TheAfricaCenter photo
1 week ago
Thanks @92Y ! https://t.co/9ZBV97DH8f
TheAfricaCenter photo
92nd Street Y @92Y
Join our friends @TheAfricaCenter & @SalonAfricana for the new music series by @SomiMusic at The Africa Center March 15th & 16th at 8PM (doors 7:30) for performances by South African artists @ThandiswaMazwai & @NduduzoMakhathini.
Ticket Link: https://t.co/XOjK51ZSjZ https://t.co/5P0bGw1l3O
2 weeks ago
New music series with @SalonAfricana by @SomiMusic at The Africa Center on the 15th & 16th at 8PM (doors 7:30) - Performances by South African artists @ThandiswaMazwaib & @NduduzoMakhathini as they present their collaborative album “Belede”.
TicketS: https://t.co/Thromgud3O https://t.co/YYP70Ombx4
TheAfricaCenter photo
2 weeks ago
Join us for a Portal connection to Kigali this Saturday from 12-2PM with best-selling Rwandese author Clemantine Wamariya. Wamariya will be using The Africa Center Portal to simultaneously engage a Rwandese and American audience. https://t.co/YjTGRW01vb TheAfricaCenter photo
4 weeks ago
The Africa Center is excited to host the New York Coalition of Black Architects on February 28th at 7PM. To RSVP, please email events @nycoba.org https://t.co/o7lDUqWQOj TheAfricaCenter photo
4 weeks ago
Join The Africa Center and Africa Film Festival for a screening of Too Black to be French? on March 5th at 7.30PM. Followed by director, Isabelle Boni-Claverie "in Conversation" with CEO of The Africa Center, Uzodinma Iweala.

https://t.co/bakWPKzCDm
1 month ago
A powerful and personal message from Ayesha Harruna Attah. We were honored to host Ayesha for the launch of her latest book 'Hundred Wells of Salaga'.

@otherpress https://t.co/lU4HWz0dGw