African American Culture Meetup Groups

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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 is a group for anyone interested in sharing their experience living in the U.S. as a young African. It is also a platform for anyone interested in making new friends and learning more about the diversity of the African culture. The purpose of t

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Young Africans
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This is a support group for African Ancestored men and women of all ages, who are concerned their children and grand-children are losing or have lost their cultural identity. The purpose of this group is to reunite parent, grandparent, and child wit

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Keepers of the Flame
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TribeCalledCurl.com, the ultimate destination for culture, community, and natural hair has thousands of loyal readers, so let's link up! We'll be hosting regular meet ups to connect with each other, share tips and celebrate our curls. Thank you for j

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Natural Hair lovers
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A self awareness community dedicated to improving the way African-Americans think in order to reposition themselves in American society. Our mission is to raise awareness & re-ignite the committment to excellence in the Black conscience. MENTAL DIA

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Truth seekers
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BFOR is a group of African-American families that come together for social events for friendship, fun and culture! (The group's name used to be Black Families of the Southern Raleigh Suburbs, BFSRS, but was changed in July 2014.) * We are African-Ame­

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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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NeoSoul Sistas in KC was designed to bridge the gap between Black Lesbians between the ages of 30 and up, who want to socialize with others who share the same likes, goals and aspirations as their own in a safe environment filled with fun, laughter a

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NeoSoul Sistas
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Are you a fan of Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr's PBS specials on the African American Experience and finding your roots? Do you find yourself immersed in searching Google for little known facts or documentaries about the African American experience? We w

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Hidden Heritage Hunters
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What they didn't teach us in school. We are a group of African Americans who gather once or twice a month to discuss African American history and current events. We do this by providing a link or web address to an article or subject that we read befo

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African American Historians

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November 5, 2014

What they didn't teach us in school. We are a group of African Americans who gather once or twice a month to discuss African American history and current events. We do this by providing a link or web address to an article or subject that we read befo

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African American Historians
October 21, 2014

Are you a fan of Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr's PBS specials on the African American Experience and finding your roots? Do you find yourself immersed in searching Google for little known facts or documentaries about the African American experience? We w

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Hidden Heritage Hunters
September 30, 2014

This group celebrates the African -American holiday that many of us love, Kwanzaa. With the holiday season approaching, it’s a time to share, have fun while commemorating our past and future. It’s a time to bring families together, and showcase the b

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Kwanzaa lovers
August 13, 2014

African Traditional Religion Book Club is a meet up consisting of individuals who are passionate about exploring their curiosity of African Traditional Religion thru the review of related literature.

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ATR seekers
July 24, 2014

There are several book groups at the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, including the Black Authors Reading Group at the Central Library in Charlottesville, the Thursday Night Book Discussion Group at the Greene County Library, and the Tuesday Eveni

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Readers
July 11, 2014

Milwaukee African-Americans (particularly, but not exclusively) who are interested in venting, confessing, and listening to each other with a subsequent purpose of setting and achieving individual and group goals.

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Milwaukee Truthers (MTs)
June 13, 2014
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NeoSoul Sistas in KC was designed to bridge the gap between Black Lesbians between the ages of 30 and up, who want to socialize with others who share the same likes, goals and aspirations as their own in a safe environment filled with fun, laughter a

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NeoSoul Sistas
May 19, 2014

Our group is called Egbe Ifa Otura Tuka. We have been meeting, worshipping Ifa publicly and performing healing rituals (ebo) and consultation for many years. Ifa is the thousands-of-years-old West African system which is open to all people focusing o

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Members
September 12, 2013
Private

BFOR is a group of African-American families that come together for social events for friendship, fun and culture! (The group's name used to be Black Families of the Southern Raleigh Suburbs, BFSRS, but was changed in July 2014.) * We are African-Ame­

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Members
August 9, 2013

This is a group for anyone interested in sharing their experience living in the U.S. as a young African. It is also a platform for anyone interested in making new friends and learning more about the diversity of the African culture. The purpose of t

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Young Africans
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