“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” School Performance

Weeksville Heritage Center 158 BUFFALO AVENUE, Brooklyn

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” is about two young people on a mission to solve a riddle in an abandoned house, learning lessons from ancestors that help them improve their community.

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” School Performance

Weeksville Heritage Center 158 BUFFALO AVENUE, Brooklyn

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” is about two young people on a mission to solve a riddle in an abandoned house, learning lessons from ancestors that help them improve their community.

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” School Performance

Weeksville Heritage Center 158 BUFFALO AVENUE, Brooklyn

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” is about two young people on a mission to solve a riddle in an abandoned house, learning lessons from ancestors that help them improve their community.

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” School Performance

Weeksville Heritage Center 158 BUFFALO AVENUE, Brooklyn

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” is about two young people on a mission to solve a riddle in an abandoned house, learning lessons from ancestors that help them improve their community.

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” School Performance

Weeksville Heritage Center 158 BUFFALO AVENUE, Brooklyn

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” is about two young people on a mission to solve a riddle in an abandoned house, learning lessons from ancestors that help them improve their community.

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” School Performance

Weeksville Heritage Center 158 BUFFALO AVENUE, Brooklyn

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” is about two young people on a mission to solve a riddle in an abandoned house, learning lessons from ancestors that help them improve their community.

“The Adventures of Malcolm & Harriet” Community Performance

Weeksville Heritage Center 158 BUFFALO AVENUE, Brooklyn

Developed for students in grades 2nd-8th, The Adventures of Malcolm and Harriet is an exciting theatrical experience by young people for their peers.  It tells the story of two young people who, inspired by the spirit of an ancestor, set out to clean up their neighborhood by fixing up an abandoned house, only to find […]

“Dreaming of 1975” musical premiere and Asase Yaa benefit event

The Milton G. Bassin Performing Arts Center at York College 94-45 Guy R. Brewer Blvd, Jamaica

Dreaming of 1975 is inspired by the widespread birth of thousands of children born in 1975 during the rise of African Spirituality throughout the Diaspora. The work also pays homage to seminal African artists and pioneers who were devoted to building families and strong communities.

$30 – $500

RAISING OUR VOICES FOR BLACK YOUTH VIRTUAL BENEFIT CONCERT

We’re incredibly excited to announce the premiere of our first virtual performance event, RAISING OUR VOICES FOR BLACK YOUTH BENEFIT CONCERT, Thursday, July 30, 2020 at 8 PM. It will be broadcast via OBS streaming services on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook. All funds raised from the concert will be donated to our Asase Youth Summer […]