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Check out CDSC @ the Go Africa 2018 SF on 7/14/2018 (Carnival)

We are pleased to have the Child Development Support Corporation (CDSC) as part of the event this year! 

The Go Africa Carnival 2018 will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.  please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001more information can be found at www.GoAfricaHarlem.org

http://www.cdscnyc.org/

About the Child Development Support Corporation (CDSC)

We are a community-based, not-for-profit organization incorporated in 1975.  CDSC began as a self-help group headed by parents to provide child care for families in the Fort Greene and Bedford-Stuyvesant sections of Brooklyn, New York.  From our modest beginnings of providing the single service of on-site childcare, we have evolved into a multi-service organization that provides a wide range of services to children, youth, and families.  

Since our beginning, CDSC has helped more than 20,000 families and individuals to become self-sufficient and self-reliant.  We are motivated by the belief that vibrant, healthy communities start with strong, secure families.

Our unique ability to recognize and adapt to changing community circumstances and needs enables us to continually provide proactive, responsive, relevant, and quality programs and services to our clients.

Accomplishments

  • Our Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) program helps over 6,000 families annually to access child care information and resources, and connect them to subsidy funding to pay for their child care needs. In 2006, we received a Best Practices certification for demonstrating our competence in the field of Child Care Resource and Referral. 
  • We help more than 3,000 individuals annually to become self-employed by establishing home-based early childhood programs through training, technical assistance and resources.
  • Through our partnership with the Brooklyn Outreach Center (BOC), we assist low-income child care providers to become successful entrepreneurs by providing intensive business, legal, child care skill and accounting assistance

Our Mission

The mission of CDSC is to provide programs that empower families by helping them to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for successful living in today’s society.

CDSC carries out this mission by:

  • Developing a community action plan that is based upon strategic planning;
  • Coordinating and collaborating with other community-based efforts to develop partnerships, maximize resources, and enhance existing service delivery systems;
  • Identifying service gaps;
  • Advocating for the needs of families, youth, individuals, and low income persons;
  • Developing services that are relevant and needed;
  • Leveraging funds for needed community services;
  • Encouraging services that are accessible, culturally sensitive, family-friendly, and responsive.

Vision

CDSC’s staff recognizes that a thriving community is measured by how well it takes care of its members, especially its most vulnerable.  Together with policy makers, community members and partnerships with broad low-income representation, we ensure comprehensive support service delivery systems that promote self-sufficiency, pride and community spirit for the people in Central Brooklyn.

We pride ourselves in offering relevant quality services to the community in a caring and respectful manner.  In order to maintain high standards of service, we internally practice the values that we seek to foster in the community.  Those values include quality work, honesty, and mutual respect, along with teamwork and creativity in problem solving.

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http://www.cdscnyc.org
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“Building Communities by Strengthening Families Since 1975.”
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Founded in 1975, CDSC is a community-based non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality, comprehensive social services to the communities of Central B See More

Go Africa Award 2018 Recipient: Joseph N. Garba

We are pleased to announce that Joseph N. Garba  has been selected by our award committee to receive an award for his years of service to the African, African-American, and Caribbean Communities 

Please join us with your presence and spirit on 7/14/2018 at the Go Africa Harlem 2018 Street festival when Joseph N. Garba receives his well deserved recognition for his selfless service to our community and the great City of New York throughout the years.

The Go Africa Carnival 2018 will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.

please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001 more information can be found at www.GoAfricaHarlem.org

About Joseph N. Garba:

Joseph N. Garba, secretary to the NYS assembly Speaker for Intergovernmental Relations

Joseph N. Garba is currently serving in the role of secretary to the Speaker for Intergovernmental Relations. Mr. Garba has extensive experience in New York State and city government, most recently serving as deputy borough president for the Borough of Manhattan, with a focus on budget and policy. He previously served as the director of State Legislative Affairs for the City of New York in the Office of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. Prior to that, he worked in a variety of other roles in city and state government. He earned a master’s degree in Public Administration from the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy at the University at Albany and a bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University at Albany where he also served as President of the Public Affairs Student Association.

Visit Carinista Art @ the Go Africa Carnival 2018 @Harlem NYC on 7/14/2018

visit Carinista Art @ the Go Africa Carnival 2018 @ Harlem NYC on 7/14/2018!

The Go Africa Carnival 2018 will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.

please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001more information can be found at www.GoAfricaHarlem.org

Born in Lompoc, CA, Carin Bernard is just an average left handed young lady who enjoys her culture which she defines as her brand. Growing up in Waterbury, CT, Carin dealt with mild racism and consistent bullying in her younger years. Struggling to make friends, she often kept to herself and developed a passion for “creating.” From writing stories to sketching anime characters, Carin developed a love for art before even attaining the ability to create pristine, likable pieces. With 15 years under her belt, she disciplines herself to learn and master different mediums. She is currently in the process of mastering Acrylic and water paintings where she will eventually venture to oil paintings. Her art is meant to glorify black culture while revealing to the world her eclectic imagination. Please enjoy her many works and support her new found brand Carinista Art, a combination of fantasy and melanin beauty. Have a cherry.

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The Go Africa Carnival 2018 will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.

please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001 more information can be found at www.GoAfricaHarlem.org

Visit L. Joevon “the Masked Don” @ the Go Africa 2018 SF on 7/14/2018

Visit L. Joevon the Masked Don and experience his music and related works such as SEEDS IN THE CONCRETE 2017 at the SF on 7/14/2018

The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.  please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001

SEEDS IN THE CONCRETE 2017

  1. JOEVON THE MASKED DON Release Date: September 1st, 2017 Representation: Seeds in the Concrete Inc. Production: Rick Hertz, Greg G The Golden Child, ROK R, MV Riot Streaming Link: www.seedsintheconcrete.com

Stage Name: L. Joevon the Masked Don Location: Brooklyn, NY

Styles: Hip Hop, Rap, R&B Available for: Performances, Showcases, Club Appearances, Features, Collaborations Set: 1-2 Hours

TRACKLISTING 1. IMURJE 2. CANDY RED 3. TREES GROW IN BROOKLYN 4. H2H 5. DO IT ALL 6. SENSES OF LOVE 7. GOLD DIGGER 8. LIFE SO STRANGE 9. NO PLACE TO GO 10. HATER 11. THE STORY 12. DO OR DIE 13. HIGH ROLLER 14. DARKNESS 15. THE SPROUT 16. SURF MY WAVE 17. MUSTARD SEEDS

Biography

Born in Brooklyn, New York, L.Joevon currently lives and produces in New York City as a writer with various artistic abilities. His creativity helped him endure many of the obstacles he faced by escaping the reality of his life. L was raised by a single misguided mother until the age of seven. Growing up in a broken home generated a lot of misguided confusion and anger. After going through eight foster homes, he realized he needed to find a way to cope with his pain. His outlet became art. With no family to trust. L found one within the New York City Crip Gang where he was praised for his loyalty and support. His commitment to the streets built his rep and landed him in incarceration at the ripe age of17. At the age of19, he created his first mixtape Ethiopian and sold over 2,000 copies.

 

 

L.Joevon performed in local underground spots thatlanded him a management deal. Unfortunately, L experienced the manipulation of power and was faced with a decision to make; either become a puppet for funding, or take his career into his own hands. L chose to defend himself, and was faced with three years of incarceration. During his time, he started using his creative mind to escape the reality he was facing. L received news from an ex-girlfriend that he had a son. Grief consumed him as L felt responsible for becoming an absentee father. He wrote Seeds in the Concrete along with multiple songs inspired by his time in solitary confinement. He found answers to problems through autonomy, and used that to create an ultimate new reality to live in. He studied business, philosophy, and the arts. Through this L found that the greatest and most vital tool was love. L.Joevon is currently being managed by Am’I ( Autonomy Manifested, Inc.) He is working hard to craft an innovative and creative project. Through Seeds in the Concrete, L.Joevon is hoping to inspire others to be the seed growing from the concrete. 2

 

 

SEEDS IN THE CONCRETE

“A Tale About A Tree

That Grew in Crooklyn!”

Website: www.seedsintheconcrete.com

Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | YouTube

Author: L Joevon

We welcome Healthfirst® to the Go Africa Harlem 2018 Street Festival on 7/14/2018

We are honored to welcome Healthfirst again this year to the Street Festival.

The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.  please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001

 

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Healthfirst® is a not-for-profit health insurance company sponsored by some of the most prestigious hospitals and healthcare systems in New York. It serves close to 1.2 million members in New York City and in Long Island through government-sponsored programs including Child Health Plus, Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, and Managed Long Term Care (Senior Health Partners), as well as through private health plans including Healthfirst Leaf and Qualified Health Plans, offered on NY State of Health, The Official Health Plan Marketplace. It has also just launched the Healthfirst Essential Plan, which offers even lower cost options for qualifying individuals. Healthfirst offers a 4-Star Medicare Advantage plan, and is the only Medicaid Plan in NYC and Long Island rated 5 stars two years in a row.NetworkExpansion_Slider

for more information regarding Healthfirst® Contact:

On Facebook: @HealthfirstNY

Visit: http://healthfirst.org/

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Isabel M. Gomez

Site Developer

100 Church Street, 16th Floor

New York, NY 10007

347-281-3591

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Go Africa Award 2018 Recipient: Sekouba Bolomba

We are pleased to announce that Sekouba Bolomba has been selected by our award committee to receive an award for his years of artistic service to the African, African-American, and Caribbean Communities

Mr.  Sekouba Bolomba, Senior Artistic Director (Africa), Go Africa Network Inc, as the lead performer and artist for the upcoming street festival on 7/14 /2018

The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 7/14 /2018  from 10am – 6pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.  please register at : https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com   or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001

Words from Sekouba Bolomba :

This is a honor  for me to accept the award from go Africa Harlem street  Festival 2018
Sekouba Diakite.

Sekouba Bolomba is hard-working man … reggae artist from west Africa ivory coast. my American Dream came true coming in this country 1998 no speaking English I learn how to speak English and move around in the U.S A. I like to help I am part of be something special

we are accepting donation to help Schools in Africa and I’m glad to be part of go Africa Harlem street Festival.

Click her to donate: https://www.facebook.com/donate/116415502551116/

or https://www.facebook.com/GoAfricaNetwork/

 

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Mr. Sekouba Bolomba is an Ivorian reggae musician. In the tradition of jamaican roots reggae from the 70s, Sekouba combines an eclectic mix of traditional West African rhythms known as Bolomba, using djembe drums and balafons. His potent lyrics, heavy ideas, and delicate voice are laced in his music in four different languages: English, French, Malinke and Bambara. He humbly has graced stages around the globe with generous performances, including Israel, Germany, Switzerland, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, the United States of America and Canada.

After being enriched into the roots of the Bolomba style, the young Sekouba came alive with the West African sounds of the Mandinka. Sekouba’s desire to sing came naturally but it was never a reality without the musical influence of his brother, Ismael Isaac. Sekouba’s other musical influences include, Lucky Dube, Alpha Blondy, and Bob Marley. 243695_4250615666917_1978768217_o

Sekouba’s uplifting and heartening lyrics enliven audiences with spiritual liberation and African consciousness. His debut album “I’m So Glad” was self-produced in New York City and arranged by Oscar Ankou. Sekouba’s sophomore album in 2010 “Sejo” was co-produced by Sidney Mills, Grammy award-winning reggae artist and keyboard player for the legendary reggae band Steel Pulse. The album includes outstanding liberal tracks like “Mandela” featuring Bob Marley’s guitarist Junior Marvin from The Wailers. “Mandela” is a sharp and arousing tribute to former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela, and has been well-received by international fans.

Sekouba and his band Bolumba Stylee have decorated the nation with groovy, soulful performances at venues and festivals such as Festival Nuits d’Afrique in Montreal, Canada; Abi Festival in Abidjan, Ivory Coast; Fête de la Musique in Mali; SummerStage in New York City, alongside Israeli artist Idan Raichel; NJPAC SummerStage; New Haven Music Festival; Brooklyn’s International African Arts Festival; S.O.B.’s; Shrine World Music Venue; and many more. Sekouba’s music is inspired by a conglomerate of modern day music, and the ancestral dialogue passed down to him as a descendant of a long line of griots. In one show, Sekouba’s listeners share in a universal experience. 12227056_10208321335974308_8777459754701423514_n

Sekouba is the youngest brother of Isaac Ismael, the lead singer in Ivory Coast’s best known musical group. He currently lives in New York City and is the Senior Artistic Director for the Go Africa Network 2016 (NYC).

 

Sekouba’s bio is in the May 2016 edition of L3 Magazine, North America.s #1 Urban-Caribbean online publication.

 

Sekouba’s next album ”Imagine” will be released in early 2017.

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Go Africa Award 2018 Recipient: Famod Konneh

We are pleased to announce that Famod Konneh has been selected by our award committee to receive an award for his years of service to the African, African-American, and Caribbean Communities 

Please join us with your presence and spirit on 7/14/2018 at the Go Africa Harlem 2018 Street festival when Mr. Konneh receives his well deserved recognition for his selfless service to our community and the great City of New York throughout the years.

The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.  please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001

 

About Famod Konneh

Bronx Borough Director & African Liaison, New York City Mayor’s Office Community Affairs Unit

@Famodk1 @mayorsCAU

 

Famod Konneh is the Bronx Borough Director & African Liaison of the New York City Mayor’s Office Community Affairs Unit (CAU). The Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit (CAU) is the fundamental connection between City Hall and New York City residents throughout the five boroughs. Before joining the Mayor’s Office, Mr. Konneh worked for the New York County District Attorney’s Office as the Senior Specialized Coordinator for over six years. Mr. Konneh is a member of the Manhattan Borough President African Task Force and the founding Chair of the Bronx Borough President’s African Advisory Council. Mr. Konneh graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Economics (BSc) from the University of Liberia and a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) from Baruch College School of Public Affairs.

 

Taste the joy @ Lolo’s Seafood Shack @ the Go Africa Harlem 2018 Street Festival on 7/14/2018

We welcome Lolo’s Seafood Shack to the Street Festival this year!

The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.

please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001

About Lolo’s Seafood Shack

Your next island getaway just got a lot closer!  Executive Chef Raymond Mohan and Restaurateur  Leticia Young opened LoLo’s Seafood Shack in the Winter of 2014.  LoLo’s Seafood Shack serves up a variety of seafood from the coastal comfort foods of the Cape like sauced shrimp to Caribbean street eats like our crunchy conch fritters.  LoLo’s is a NY Times Critic pick that has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, Eater, Potluck Video, The Infatuation, NY Post, NY Daily News, NY Magazine, Nation’s Restaurant News, Refinery 29, Food & Wine, Village Voice and Zagat among others. . For more information about LoLo’s and it’s upcoming bar opening please contact LoLo’s creator and co-owner, Leticia Skai Young at 646. 649.3356 or Leticia@lolosseafoodshack.com

MISSION STATEMENT

ISLAND TIME HOSPITALITY SEEKS TO CREATE TRANSPORTIVE AND UPLIFTING DINING EXPERIENCES THOUGH OUR PEOPLE IN THE VARIOUS HOSPITALITY CONCEPTS, AND CONSUMER PACKAGED GOODS WE DEVELOP.  WE CREATE RESTAURANT CONCEPTS THAT BECOME UNIQUE GATHERING PLACES AT THE CROSSROADS OF EVERY COMMUNITY WE SERVE AND INVEST IN.

TAKING OUR INSPIRATION FROM OUR AUTHENTIC PASSION FOR CULTURE, GLOBAL TRAVEL AND THE CULINARY ARTS, OUR MISSION AT LOLO’S SEAFOOD SHACK IS TO PROVIDE FRESHLY COOKED QUALITY INGREDIENTS WITH AUTHENTIC FLAVORS TO THE MASSIVE VIA FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE AT ACCESSIBLE PRICES.

Growing up on a market street in Guyana, Raymond would go to the market everyday with his mother to shop for the family. Raymond fell in love with the foods in the market and enormous diversity of ingredients being offered. Today, Chef Raymond continues to find inspiration in the markets of New York City and the many seasonal culinary opportunities they represent which led him to complete his Culinary Degree at the New York Restaurant School. Having amassed invaluable experience in some of the top kitchens, as well as through his extensive travel and dedication to furthering his education. Chef Mohan spent his first four years in the industry as an apprentice under renowned chefs, Wayne Nish at March Restaurant; Jean-Georges Vongerichten at Vong; David Burke at Park Avenue Café and Christian Delouvrier at Les Celebrities. In 1996, he was hired as Chef de Cuisine at Patria restaurant in New York City, under Chef Douglas Rodriguez. Chef Mohan and Chef Rodriguez have a shared passion and philosophy for Latin cuisine and in addition to Patria, they have worked together at Aquarella Puerto Rico; Pipa, a Spanish tapas bar in New York, and Chicama, a Peruvian ceviche bar in New York. Chef Mohan also directed the opening of Alma de Cuba alongside Chef Rodriguez and the Starr Group in Philadelphia before opening Plantain, his own Latin-Caribbean restaurant in New York, which was open for three years.

LOLO’S SEAFOOD SHACK  + SUGAR HILL CULTURE CLUB

              COLLABORATED TO DESIGN NEW CREW UNIFORMS THAT CAPTURE                                                 LOLO’S PREPPY STREET STYLE

303 W 116th St
New York, New York
@lolosseafoodshack
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Taste the African Cuisine of Jaa Dijo Dom @ the Go Africa Harlem 2018 Street Festival on 7/14/2018

We Welcome Jaa Dijo Dom  to the Street Festival this year!

The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.  please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001

WELCOME TO JAA DIJO Dom

 

Jaa Dijo Dom is an African name that means A PLACE TO EAT

We are an All African Cuisine catering Company based in Brooklyn New York. We have taken the time to select the best flavors and dishes from Morocco, Senegal, South Africa and Many other African countries.

At JAA DIJO DOM, we anticipate the needs of every type of event from in-town, outdoor corporate lunches to beach weddings and ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction.

We employ only trained professionals to work with our clients from planning through conclusion of each event, and our “old world” etiquette and service practices; fresh inspired food; and dedication to building lasting relationships make us a truly unique partner in each and every affair.

A PLACE TO EAT

 

Charles was born and raised in Botswana, Africa.  He is a mechanical electrician and chef by profession. Growing up in Africa, he had a passion for food; he simply loved cooking.  After graduating high school, he was able to save up a few pennies – just enough to open a breakfast food stall – which helped him fund his technical college and culinary courses.  However, due to the dire economic conditions in Botswana, Charles eventually had to close the stall down permanently.  Through hard work and perseverance, however, he managed to emigrate to America.

Arriving in the US, he worked in restaurants and pursued his cooking dream, which offered a great learning curve, along with increased responsibility.  He took culinary classes in New York and eventually learned of about the richness and flavor of African food.

Moved by the richness and diversity of African cuisine Charles embarked on a journey together, and created JAA DIJO DOM with the idea of bringing the gift of his cuisine to a wide audience:  “Our goal is to create a place where all nations can taste the cuisines from all over Africa, and while doing this, we consider each customer’s diet preferences and restrictions. We aim to leave you satisfied and begging for more!”

I also did this to give people who have skill or a desire to pursue a career in cooking an opportunity to learn and be a part of something special.  Please reach out to us at JAA DIJO DOM if you’re interested in joining our team – we have tons of opportunities!

At JAA DIJO DOM, we cater to every type of event:  in-town, outdoor corporate lunches, beach weddings, and more.  Whatever your business or family function, our trained professionals will work with you from planning through conclusion of each event, and our “old world” etiquette and service practices are guaranteed to leave you satisfied.  Fresh, inspired food, as well as a fierce dedication to building lasting relationships make us a truly unique partner in all affairs.

Our Values

 

 

At JAA DIJO DOM we aim to leave the customer happy and satisfied need be asking for more.We have searched and researched the finest dishes from all over the continent of Africa.We blend our own spices and dry our herbs.We keep it strictly natural and non-GMO.

We anticipate the needs of every type of event from in-town, outdoor corporate lunches to beach weddings and ensures the highest level of customer satisfaction.

We employ only trained professionals to work with our clients from planning through conclusion of each event, and our “old world” etiquette and service practices; fresh inspired food; and dedication to building lasting relationships make us a truly unique partner in each and every affair.

GET IN TOUCH WITH US

QUICK AND EASY TO BOOK A TABLE BY PHONE OR RESERVATION FORM

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FIND US

178 Varik Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
@jddafricaternyc
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our aim is to bring the Flavors of Africa for other nations to try out.Try Us!
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Visit WomenWerk @ the Go Africa Harlem 2018 Street festival on 7/14/2018

We we,cone WomenWerk to the upcoming Street Festival 

The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 07/14/2018

from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.  please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com

or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001

 

About WomenWerk

WomenWerk is a women’s empowerment organization working to amplify the voices of women. WomenWerk brings women and men together for a modern take on gender equity by curating community events showcasing the accomplishments of women and feminist allies. 

Our goal is to provide a platform for women to affirm and celebrate women’s success and change the way women and men discuss, perceive, and overcome gender bias.

WomenWerk’s hallmark event is our annual WomenWerk Forum and Gala in celebration of Women’s Day.

Mission
WomenWerk was founded to change the way women discuss, perceive, and overcome challenges. Our goal is to provide a platform for women to affirm and celebrate individual and collective success.
CONTACT INFO
@womenwerk
womenwerk@gmail.com
http://womenwerk.com