Article By: SIBH STAFF
The summer is the best time to get out, network and support others!
Here are some events this summer that your may be interested in.
Don’t forget the most important event September 16th, 2017 Staten Island Black Heritage Parade.
by Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
Meet us for an afternoon of great discussion, Q&A, light refreshments and intentional community!! Whether you've read the book or not, it's going to be an afternoon that you don't want to miss! Come and bring a friend!
by Parkside Empire | Flatbush Avenue Merchant Association
The Parkside Empire | Flatbush Avenue Merchant Association Invites you to Our Annual Street Festival on Flatbush Avenue from Westbury Court to Beekman Place on July 23rd from 12pm - 6pm.
King Ramsey Sound and Record City will be spinning tracks from the stage while patrons take part in our Giant Outdoor Games, Bouncy Houses, Carnival Games & Rides. Sample food unique to this area among traditional Street Festival offerings. Shop for one of kind objects while rubbing elbows with elected officials and community leaders.
Afro Punk Fest
First 1000 Tickets FREE:
1 Summer Afternoon, 1 Venue, thousands of lovers of the African Culture; vendors representing African music, dance, art, food, fashion...that's the power of Africa Showcase.
This event will bring people of all ethnicity who love the African continent and culture to come experience the best of Africa.. African food, African Art, African Music, African Fashion, you name it. There will be vendors and exhibitors of these various segments of the African experience.
Various DJs will play the best of Afrobeats music while attendees connect, dance and check out the various vendors and their exhibits. There will be a fashion show as well. We'll also have performances in dance, music, art, and poetry.
This will be a memorable event. We are giving out the first 1000 tickets for FREE. They will sell fast.
This event is 18+
"Maybe the way to start on the path to a healthy intimate life is to recognize the divine in everything. When we acknowledge that the earth we walk upon is not just dirt, that the trees and animals are not just resources for our consumption, then we can begin to accept ourselves as spirits vibrating in unison with all the other spirits around us. Our connection to all these living spirits helps to determine the kind of intimate life we life." --Page 84
We are rounding out our summer series with the book, Spirit of Intimacy and at our next gathering we will be taking a deep dive into Chapter 8: Intimacy in the Ash Circle and Chapter 11: Conflict: A Spirit Gift. Who would have thought this little book with only 140 pages could provide so much to talk about?
Help Us Reach Our Goal! For The 7th Annual Black Heritage Parade