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  • blog September 29, 2017

    Lend A Hand to Hurricane and Earthquake Victims

    The summer of 2017 has been riddled with a succession of natural disasters that have left millions in the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean without electricity, food, clean water, homes, and in some cases, evidence of a thriving, vibrant … Read more »

  • blog September 27, 2017

    Photo Essay: Brooklyn’s Labor Day Carnival Parade

    Last year, Afropop Worldwide produced a program all about the kaleidoscopic bacchanal that is Brooklyn’s Labor Day Parade and the festivities that take place in the days around the parade. We’re back again this year to bring the sights that graced … Read more »

  • blog August 29, 2017

    Preview: Brooklyn’s Caribbean Carnival Week

    For New Yorkers, neighbors and lovers of Caribbean fêtes far and wide, you’ve got a lot to look forward to this week. Yes, it’s time again for Brooklyn’s world-famous Labor Day Parade–A.K.A. the West Indian American Carnival Parade–and all of … Read more »

  • interview March 10, 2017

    The Francis Brothers: African Record Center

    Brooklyn, New York is a melting pot of many nationalities and cultures. There are also seemingly a million places that exhibit and pay homage to the history of these cultures. Tucked away in the heart of Prospect Lefferts Garden are … Read more »

  • blog October 2, 2013

    So Shifty drops new mix: Rebota Bum Bum

    So Shifty dropped yet another bumpin’ reggaeton mix that Afropop is all too eager to share with you.  Our dj heroes weaves together tunes that will make you want to slow grind under dim lights (or in our current case, … Read more »

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