African Theater Association 2016 – Paradigm Shifts in African Theater and Performance

By |2020-08-18T12:06:59-05:00August 1st, 2016|Blog, Education, News, Performing Arts, World|

August 1st, 2016 For my last international adventure for the year of 2016, I had the opportunity to travel to the country of Nigeria. I was very excited [...]

KEEPING CULTURE ALIVE – 10 Performing Arts Programs for Kids and Young Adults in New York

By |2020-07-29T12:13:45-05:00October 10th, 2015|Blog, Da Kulture, Education, Performing Arts|

Asase Yaa Schol of the Arts (AYSA), is a cultural arts foundation, located in Bedford-Stuyvesant. They are dedicated to the promotion of cultural performing arts by providing the community [...]

A New Foundation – Standing Alone to Define The Concept of Community

By |2020-07-20T21:40:33-05:00February 2nd, 2015|Performing Arts, Thoughts on Paper|

Over the past five years, I realized that I have not been honest about what I have truly wanted in life. I've spent 15 years in the DC metropolitan area working under the guise of [...]

The Healing Aspects of Rhythm & Dance – Tackling Health Disparities among African-American Men

By |2018-03-13T16:18:11-05:00February 2nd, 2014|Thoughts on Paper|

Originally posted in the blog Health disparities are most prevalent among marginalized communities, including communities of color. African-Americans historically have been barred from accessing health care or have been violated instead of receiving [...]

Nana Kwasi Oppong mourns the death of his brother, Mr. Kwabena Boakye

By |2016-12-18T18:49:17-05:00April 18th, 2012|Blog, Featured Articles, Spirituality|

Nana Kwasi Oppong It is with great sadness that we inform you that the brother of Nana Kwasi Oppong has recently passed away. Mr. Kwabena Boakye of Oyoko Koforidua was 39 years old [...]

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