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  • program February 16, 2017

    Carnival In Brooklyn

    Every September, millions of people celebrate Carnival in Brooklyn. From the pre-dawn J’ouvert bacchanal in the streets, to the intense Panorama steel pan competition, to the massive Labor Day Parade on Eastern Parkway, central Brooklyn is transformed into a Caribbean … Read more »

  • blog February 2, 2017

    Win Tickets to See Emeline Michel, “Queen of Haitian Song”

    Are you in the New York area and at all interested in great music? Good, then here’s what you need to do: email info@afropop.org with “Emeline Michel Giveaway” in the subject line. Boom: Now you’re entered to win a pair … Read more »

  • blog September 1, 2016

    Video Premiere: Lakou Mizik’s “Pran Ka Mwen”

    If you’re an Afropop regular, you’ve probably already heard some fresh sounds from the ebullient Haitian collective Lakou Mizik. A few months ago we were blown away by their fantastic live set at the Alliance Francaise and have had their recent … Read more »

  • blog August 18, 2016

    Afropop’s Dispatches from New York City

    Afropop Worldwide is proud to announce a four-part series of shows focused on New York City, our home base. Starting this weekend, tune in for a variety of musical traditions showcasing the range of musicianship this big city has to … Read more »

  • blog June 3, 2016

    Artists for Peace and Justice Present “Haïti Optimiste”

    The evening of June 1, I stopped by the French Institute Alliance Francaise in Manhattan for a fundraising event billed as “Haïti Optimiste,” put on by Artists for Peace and Justice. A packed house studded with artistic stars gathered to … Read more »

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