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Immersing students in a Pan-African curriculum
and fun activities that teach lifelong skills

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Africa Photo Map

Capoeira

Brazilian martial art developed by slaves and former slaves bought from Africa, that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music.

Tennis

Even the USTA sees room for growth: "...we want the game of tennis and the tennis courts across this country to reflect the unique diversity that makes America great"

Maculelê

Maculelê an Afro-Brazilian dance where a number of people gather in a circle called a roda. In the roda, one or more atabaques positioned at the entrance of the circle. Each person brandishes a pair of long sticks, traditionally made from biriba, canzi, or pitia wood from Brazil.

Literacy, reading, and learning about our diaspora are prominent throughout the program.
Pan-African Curriculum

Fun Activities
Alongside
Academics

 

Exposing children to lifetime activities and sports from which they are often barred due to access.

Pan-African Curriculum

Fun Activities
Alongside
Academics

Exposing children to lifetime activities and sports
from which they are often barred due to access.

Africa Photo Map

Capoeira

Brazilian martial art developed by slaves and former slaves bought from Africa, that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music.

Tennis

Even the USTA sees room for growth: "...we want the game of tennis and the tennis courts across this country to reflect the unique diversity that makes America great"

Maculelê

Maculelê an Afro-Brazilian dance where a number of people gather in a circle called a roda. In the roda, one or more atabaques positioned at the entrance of the circle. Each person brandishes a pair of long sticks, traditionally made from biriba, canzi, or pitia wood from Brazil.

Literacy, reading, and learning about our diaspora are prominent throughout the program.

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