Africana Meetup Groups

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Denver Sistas' Circle Meetup is calling all sistas who are ready to put aside judgments and let down their facades. It's time for us to embrace, encourage, and support each other. This meetup is looking for those professional, cool, "real" black wome

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Denver Sistas
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Meet other local members of the Africana.com community, discuss news from the continent with guest speakers, see films, socialize, get involved, network. Calendar of great events around the city is updated frequently. Become an assistant organizer an

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Africana.com Community Members
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.....is it the colour of your skin? Your eyes? The shape of your nose? Your hair? Is it where your live? Or is it...your soul? This group is set up to 'experience' black culture... from food, black art, black literature and music. Deep music from the

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Are you interested in the rich history, culture, and art of the African Diaspora? Then this group is for you! This group will explore the rich contributions of people of African descent throughout the world. We will enhance our knowledge through art

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This group is for anyone interested in Afro - Dance, Aerobics drumming and music. All levels are welcome. I started this group to bring together people who love to move to the rhythm of ethnic drums and ethnic music.

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Afro Dancers
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Greetings! This group is for anyone interested in books that focus on black people, culture, history, politics, and empowerment in America and abroad. There are no blinders here. Let's pull the cover back, read, and come together to discuss the truth

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The Chicago Africentric Book Club is dedicated to the celebration of African, Caribbean, Afro-Latino and African-American culture, history and politics through spirited and idea-generating discussions of the classical authors (e.g., Carter G. Woodson

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Children of the Diaspora
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This is a group for community storytellers, culture-lovers, history buffs, artists, writers, musicians, performing artists, and lovers of Black Culture. The Year of the Griot is a network of community literary, theatrical, audio-visual, and service p

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Griots
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The purpose of this group is to reunite young Africans or young people interested in the African culture, to meet on a frequent basis and share all kinds of topics in relation to the African culture and life in general. The preferrable/ likely age gr

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Africanas
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Are you looking to have fun, with a group of folks who's center of gravity is built around art and culture. Well join this Meet-up Group and let's grow some fun together. The only thing missing is you.

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March 26, 2014

Africa, for those who were born and raised in it, or visitors who made a successful journey through it, is home. The memories of home are alive and deep. They are memories of infectious laughter, noisy cicadas, bleating goats in the backyard, greedy

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Friends of Africa!
February 13, 2014

Seeking Africans/Africans from the Diaspora who are professionals in the travel industry (Hotel, Airlines, Travel Agents, Bed & Breakfast, resorts, tourist boards, frontline travel sellers, group promoters, travel writers, journalists. etc.) to promo

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Member
January 18, 2014

Are you looking to have fun, with a group of folks who's center of gravity is built around art and culture. Well join this Meet-up Group and let's grow some fun together. The only thing missing is you.

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January 3, 2014
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The purpose of this group is to reunite young Africans or young people interested in the African culture, to meet on a frequent basis and share all kinds of topics in relation to the African culture and life in general. The preferrable/ likely age gr

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Africanas
July 14, 2013

Foreign Wives of African Men  is geared  towards helping wives and spouses of African men living abroad or on the African home-soil to understand the African culture, tradition, beliefs, dressing, cooking,language and dialects.Over the years, reasons

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Naija lovers
May 22, 2013

The Chicago Africentric Book Club is dedicated to the celebration of African, Caribbean, Afro-Latino and African-American culture, history and politics through spirited and idea-generating discussions of the classical authors (e.g., Carter G. Woodson

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Children of the Diaspora
January 9, 2013

This group is for anyone interested in Afro - Dance, Aerobics drumming and music. All levels are welcome. I started this group to bring together people who love to move to the rhythm of ethnic drums and ethnic music.

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Afro Dancers
December 12, 2012

Greetings! This group is for anyone interested in books that focus on black people, culture, history, politics, and empowerment in America and abroad. There are no blinders here. Let's pull the cover back, read, and come together to discuss the truth

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Members
September 2, 2012
Private

.....is it the colour of your skin? Your eyes? The shape of your nose? Your hair? Is it where your live? Or is it...your soul? This group is set up to 'experience' black culture... from food, black art, black literature and music. Deep music from the

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Members
January 2, 2011

Are you interested in the rich history, culture, and art of the African Diaspora? Then this group is for you! This group will explore the rich contributions of people of African descent throughout the world. We will enhance our knowledge through art

258
Members
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