The local “Communiversity” is a free all ages cultural learning event. (Image above from the African-Centered College Preparatory Academy In Kansas City. Along with a rigorous college-prep curriculum, AC Prep teaches principles of Ma’at and the Nguzo Saba focusing on self-esteem, empowerment, responsible citizenship, along with the classical views of traditional African society.
The Black History “Communiversity” Campus presents “Kings & Queens of Africa: Past, Present and Future”; an exciting culturally rich, week-long learning experience Monday February 17 thru Friday, February 21 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration will be held on Monday, February 17 at the Juneteenth Headquarters, 1517 Genesee at 8 a.m.
The totally free “Communiversity,” headquartered at the Juneteenth building, is an all ages learning event featuring daily Black History curriculum focusing on the past present and future; meditation, affirmations, breakfast, lunch, art, physical education, music, guest speakers and more. Activities will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and include breakfast and lunch.
At the end of the Program, a Kings and Queens of Africa Exhibit will be held on Friday, February 21 from 4-6 p.m. at 1517 Genesee.
The Black History “Communiversity” Campus is a collective sponsored by many great organizations, businesses and individuals including Juneteenth of Buffalo, NAACP of Buffalo, Kiddie Kab, The Legacy Ball, The Buffalo Urban League, Will Holton, Valeria Cray, Kalediscope Competitions (In Memory of Mama Crystal Austin-Seymore), the Delavan Grider Community Center, Squiggly Art, International P.R.E.P. (Homeschool) Fragrance R. Harris Stanfield, Apollo Media Center, TT’s Treasured Treats, Clown Around Entertainment, Jefferson Avenue Art Festival (50 Women With A Vision), The African American Experience, Frank E. Merriweather Jr. Library and the Buffalo Peace Makers.
Community service credits are available for high school volunteers. Space is limited. First come, first serve! For more information call (716)812-8216.