The Harlem Chamber Players' 11th Annual Black History Month Celebration commemorates the 400th Anniversary of the importation of the first black slaves to America and features two world premieres by the noted African-American composer Adolphus Hailstork.
A restaurant where you can go and enjoy African dishes. Specialties: Lamb Shanks, Grilled Fish, Chicken Dishes, Cassava, Grilled Lamb 239 W 116th St New York, NY 10026 b/t 7th Ave & St Nicholas Ave
Popular restaurant offering traditional West African comfort food in a modest environment.
In the heart of South Harlem, on the block commonly known as Le Petit Senegal, stands an East African gem. The surrounding neighborhood having French West African ties, Safari stands out as the only Somali restaurant in New York City. 219 W 116th StNew York, New York 10026 Website: https://www.claynyc.com/ Menu: https://www.claynyc.com/eat
We are our Ancestors Photo Exhibition reception Each portrait has a specific meaning and embodies rich African culture. Pairing each capture with modern African art, she produced a blend of traditional portraits with abstract sensitivity. Each portrait is accompanied with historical content. Ceres Henry known artistically as Diaja, is recognized for storytelling through various photographic series, which are often inspired by current events, Black and African culture, and social disparities. Her work has caught the attention of various publications including Vogue Italia, Huffington Post, and recently Black Enterprise to name a few. Diaja prides herself in not only creating photos appealing to the eyes of her audience, but thought-provoking/ educational photos that raise awareness of the world around her. - Ceres
World Congress on Epilepsy and Brain Disorders (Epilepsy Congress 2018) is planned to be held in Cape Town, South Africa amid November 22-23, 2018. Epilepsy Congress 2018 will set a stage for educators, Epileptologist, Brain Surgeons, Neuro specialists and researchers to give an inclusive talk about approach towards Epilepsy and Treatment explore with the help of Organizing Committee Members. Along these lines, Epilepsy Congress 2018 respects the Psychiatrist, Medical Professionals, Neurologist, doctors, and understudy delegates from Epilepsy and Treatment areas to be a piece of this occasion. We sincerely welcome prominent Professors, Lecturers, Educators, Researchers, Therapeutic understudies and Business experts to talk about Epilepsy, Chronic Diseases, Brain Surgery, Anti-Epileptic Medicine, Neurological Disorder, under a sequestered stage for an extraordinary time frame for sharing their insight among this social occasion at the '' World Congress on Epilepsy and Brain Disorders''.
Join Barnard Trustee Frances Sadler ’72 and Barnard professor of Africana studies Kim F. Hall for a conversation celebrating the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial and to learn what the Douglass family story teaches us about contemporary fights for freedom, gender and research, scholarly collaboration, and friendship. Information: email@example.com
The food it's totally worth it. Everything on the menu!
People in this neighborhood should not have to go away from home to eat delicious, healthy food. We put care into all the dishes we make.
We have combined our Senegalese and West African cooking traditions with current culinary practices to create enticing dishes that reflect the flavors of our heritage--with a modern twist.
Ethiopian fare, including rich stews & injera bread, are dished in a basic setting.
Pizza fans trek to this no-frills Midwood storefront & queue up to partake of its storied slices.
Modern, upscale Lower Harlem setting for Ethiopian cuisine, including stews eaten with injera bread.
Specialties Massawa is a family owned business serving fine Eritrean and Ethiopian food. We are conveniently located near Columbia University. Massawa was one of the very first Ethiopian restaurants in the Northeast, and has enjoyed a large following of patrons since its opening in 1988. Everything we serve is natural, fresh, and of the highest quality. We offer exotic dishes, serving everything from spicy to mild flavors, and vegetables to fish, to meat. While we're known for our hearty vegan and vegetarian fare, we also serve fish, beef, lamb, chicken, and shrimp. We truly have something for everyone. And if you prefer your dishes on the mild side, we can customize any dish to the exact spice level that you wish. Ethiopian food and culture lends itself to sharing, so many of our dishes are served on large platters accompanied by our fluffy injera bread. Make sure to order a glass of our honey wine or [...]