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“Both in subject and form, Nyandoro’s work captures how small and local businesses are a place of connection and humanity, and also the genesis of a truly African entrepreneurial spirit.” - Uzodinma Iweala, CEO - The Africa Center.

Pictured above, our CEO...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center3 days ago

‪Today’s the day! Black Bodies / White Spaces: The Sports Edition.‬

‪RSVP link:‬
https://bit.ly/2t57Ale

The Africa Center
The Africa Center4 days ago

Inspired by our current site specific art installation Gymnasium by Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi, The Africa Center presents a discussion about athletes of African descent who participate in sports stereotypically not perceived to be for them. From elite gymnastics to swimming, fencing to skeleton, certain sports...

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The Africa Center is in South Africa.4 days ago

From a stunning series titled “PanAfrica” by Brooklyn based, Haitian American photographer Dapper Lou.

Lou is known for his photography which documents indigenous people who have unknowingly influenced international fashion trends. He transitioned from being a stylist to a photographer as a...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center5 days ago

Inspired by our current site specific art installation Gymnasium by Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi, The Africa Center presents a discussion about athletes of African descent who participate in sports stereotypically not perceived to be for them. From elite gymnastics to swimming, fencing to skeleton, certain sports...

The Africa Center
The Africa Center6 days ago

Africans are the fastest-growing immigrant group in the United States. Come learn how we can help shape our future by participating in the 2020 Census.

The presentation starts at 5:30 PM today and will be followed by a session for those who...

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2 days ago
“Both in subject and form, Nyandoro’s work captures how small and local businesses are a place of connection and humanity, and also the genesis of a truly African entrepreneurial spirit.” - Uzodinma Iweala, CEO - The Africa Center (Art Basel Miami). https://t.co/1AVkvGAXCF TheAfricaCenter photo
3 days ago
Today’s the day! Black Bodies / White Spaces: The Sports Edition.

RSVP link:
https://t.co/I2nWs2TTTa https://t.co/WyeUIQiX63
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5 days ago
The Africa Center presents a discussion about athletes of African descent who participate in sports stereotypically not perceived to be for them.

Thursday, December 12th
7:30 - 9:00PM

RSVP below:
https://t.co/I2nWs2TTTa https://t.co/fZKwg4r6gc
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6 days ago
This weekend Miss South Africa, Zozibini Tunzi, 26, made history as the first Black South African to win Miss Universe.

As an activist Tunzi devoted herself to fighting gender based violence and changing the narratives around gender stereotypes. https://t.co/xgp6sLzHoz
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2 weeks ago
Cape Town based photographer Imraan Christian captures a serene balance of subject and environment.

Christian who launched his career as a vigilant photojournalist has gradually moved into the world of fine art, a moved which mirrored an inner transformation. https://t.co/5j8EraoUVu
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4 weeks ago
Our book talk with author Mahamadou Sagna Lamine and Cornel West had the entire audience at The Africa Center entranced.

In this clip Lamine speaks on Cornel West's views of Constantinian and Prophetic Christianity.

Videography by Mike Klubeck

#TheAfricaCenter https://t.co/T3oee7PR0q
4 weeks ago
This clip from our book talk with Mahamadou Sagna Lamine & Cornel West shows a glimpse of the magic that filled our space this past week. The conversation was led by our CEO Uzodinma Iweala & included a Q&A.

We will be posting more clips from the talk today and over the weekend. https://t.co/i0HNZb3EMx
1 month ago
Congrats  to @hankwthomas on his first permanent public artwork in NYC, titled “Unity”. It was unveiled in Brooklyn on Saturday.

This #tbt highlights the "All Power to All People” sculpture which we brought to The Africa Center earlier this year in partnership with Kindred Arts https://t.co/w7fBzpaACt
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1 month ago
We hit our 10,000 follower milestone on our IG this week! Thank you all for your support. We promise to continue working hard to bring you programs and exhibitions that transform narratives about the African continent and people of African descent.

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