DanceAfrica! Denver 2012: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Hosts Dynamic National Companies at School of the Arts(0)
(Denver, CO – 18 – 20 May, 2012) In collaboration with the legendary Artistic Director Dr. Charles Davis, internationally renowned Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble will bring DanceAfrica! back to Denver, May 18th – 20th 2012. This year marks the 35th anniversary of DanceAfrica! Created in 1977 by Chuck Davis, it is the nation’s first [...]Full Story»
Eyes on Africa Week 2012 4th Annual Genocide Prevention Conference Remembering Rwanda Keynote Speaker: Dr. Christian Davenport African Forum: Talking Africa in America St. Cajetan’s – April 5th 9am-4pm African Culture Night St. Cajetan’s – April 6th 6pm-11pm
SATURDAY, MARCH 31 2:00 PM BLAIR-CALDWELL LIBRARY 2401 WELTON ST. In July 2011 after two decades of conflict often characterized as genocide, the Sudan was divided into two nations: the Sudan and the South Sudan. At this public forum members of Denver’s Sudanese and South Sudanese community who recently visited their nation will present an update [...]
The first annual Climb for Sudan benefit will be held on September 9th, 2011. The event, which marks the end of Joe Rogers and Nick Spivey’s climb of Colorado’s 58 fourteeners in 70 days aims to raise money for the people of South Sudan through Project Education Sudan.
The African Festival will be on July 31, 2011 from 12 to 8pm at Infinity Park in Glendale, CO. There will be kids games, food, music, fashion show and more! For more information call 720.364.2002 or email Africanfest2011@gmail.com
Educate!’s 3rd Annual Hike for Africa: Joining Forces Across Continents Saturday, August 27, 2011 at Green Mountain in Boulder WHAT: Educate!’s 3rd Annual Hike for Africa celebrates the powerful connection between Educate!’s U.S. supporters and its Ugandan students as participants in Boulder and Kamapla, Uganda will trek to the top of a peak, symbolizing the [...]