AT THE VA BEACH PHYSICAL THERAPY & WELLNESS CTR. ALL LEVELS WELCOME! Ever wanted to visit Africa? Leave your passport at home and come join ...
AT BALLET VIRGINIA IN NORFOLK. ALL LEVELS WELCOME! Ever wanted to visit Africa? Leave your passport at home and come join International Danc...
Virginia Beach, VA
FREE, Registration Required. Black History Month with TACA continues, as we learn more about Haiti and its culture!
Virginia Beach, VA
FREE, REGISTRATION REQUIRED Join us VIRTUALLY, facilitated by Natasha Ewa. Please click here to register to receive the exact location, and ...
The TACA Diaspora Dance Ensemble, ODU students, some of our local community/TACA members, and the Riddick Dance Company came together to present a Pan-African cultural performance showcase after the panel discussion.
A quick video compilation created by the City of VA Beach Arts & Humanities Commission, which sponsored this engaging program for our community, featuring Jamin Beats, Onyansapow Bowaanopow, Asaase Yaa Cultural Foundation, and the TACA Diaspora Dance Ensemble. What a great time we had on May 20!
On September 10, we kicked off Virginia's African Diaspora Heritage Month with a commemoration at the Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. We thank: the VA African Diaspora Committee for making Bill HJ133 proclaiming every September as African Diaspora Heritage Month a reality; Distinguished guests, local leaders - Norfolk Delegate Jackie Hopes Glass and Mayor Dr. Kenny Alexander - and international dignitaries - HE Joaquim do Espírito Santo, Angolan Ambassador to the US - for their attendance and participation; and the Old Dominion University Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Office of Academic Affairs, Office of Community Relations, and Office of Intercultural Relations for hosting and making the event physically possible; Eastern VA Medical School for health screenings; and support and funding from VA Humanities, Prosper Africa, and the Hampton Roads Community Foundation.