Jump into Spring 2016 with an AfriVenture.

It’s AfriTime – 4 CLASSES Beginning This Month!! Affordable Lifelong Learning Where do you go when you or your children want to learn more about African history and culture? Chinese people go the Chinese Saturday Schools, Korean people go to Korean afterschool programs or Saturday schools. Well, why not us? Now African people have AfriVentures!Continue reading “Jump into Spring 2016 with an AfriVenture.”

5 Benefits of an African-Centered Education for African Children

Some months ago I read this wonderful article about the benefits of an African Centered Education published in the Atlanta Blackstar newspaper.  While the benefits and importance of African Centered education for children of African descent may seem obvious to some, it is not understood by too many.  Education has always  been viewed as aContinue reading “5 Benefits of an African-Centered Education for African Children”

Winter 2016 Registration Open

Join Us On A Winter AfriVentureTM! Beginning the week of January 18 – the week of March 14, 2016 Welcome Back All the Returning Afronaut Baobab Star Seeds, Herus and Apep’s!  & Welcome all New Students! We are excited to begin a new session of innovative African Centered programming. What’s New? This Winter we areContinue reading “Winter 2016 Registration Open”

Fall 2015 AfriVentures Registration Has Begun!

Join Us For An Online Interactive AfriVenture This Fall! Welcome Back All the Returning Afronaut Baobab Star Seeds and Herus!  & Welcome all New Students! We are excited to begin a whole new year of innovative African Centered programming. What’s New? Greater Time Flexibility: Last year we had several requests to hold our classes atContinue reading “Fall 2015 AfriVentures Registration Has Begun!”

Thank You! Medase! Asante Sana!

It was such an honor to spend the afternoon with such a wonderful group of AfriVenturers learning and talking about the stories of black people who have lived, fought, died, loved, struggled, survived and thrived along the banks of the Anacostia River in Washington DC. Wade In The Water: The Story of Black Lives OnContinue reading “Thank You! Medase! Asante Sana!”