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The exhibition, which runs from July 12 through September 28, highlights the history and background on artifacts from 17 countries on the African continent and, through its narrative and programmatic extensions, draws explicit connections between the cultural practices of those countries and the people, both free and formerly enslaved, who built the community of historic Weeksville.
“From Africa To Weeksville: The Eric Edwards Collection” is made possible in part by the support from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and its Cultural Immigrant Initiative.
“I am thrilled to bring a portion of my collection to such an important place of black history and meaning as Weeksville,” says Edwards, a retired AT&T engineer.
“In many ways the collection encapsulates our experience and exhibits the qualities and untold skills that we brought to this country, all of which helped build the United States into the great country it is.” Some of the artifacts on exhibit include: "We’re honored to be in partnership with Eric for this exhibition and to be able to show a portion of his impressive collection at Weeksville,” says Rob Fields, Weeksville Heritage Center’s President and Executive Director.
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D., Interim Senior Vice President and Provost, Medgar Evers College Poetry Reading — Chijioke Amu-Nnadi “Celebrate Africa” The African Artifacts Exhibition — Eric Edwards Panel Discussion: “The Impact of African Art on Contemporary Culture” Moderator: Brenda M. D., Chair of the English Department and Executive Director at the Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College Panelists: Izell Glover, Myrah Brown Greene, and Ademola Olugebefola Question and Answers with the Audience Book Signing with Amu Nnadi Reception Tours of the Exhibit at the Charles Evans Inniss Memorial Library 1650 Bedford Ave.
Celebrate Africa at MEC is co-sponsored by Office of Diversity, Multiculturalism and Affirmative Action; the Center for Black Literature; and the Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College.
Izell Glover and Eric Edwards Co-Masters of Ceremony - Askia Toure, “Dawn-song, 1st Nile Valley Epic” Abiodun Oyewole, “The Last Poets- Founder” * US Blue Sky Capital, LLC China Health Development Symposium Sheraton La Guardia-East Hotel 135-20 39th Avenue Flushing, New York 11354 September 4, 2015 PM - PM host - Chairman Yuxiang Min Theme - "Cultural Ties" - African Art and Culture Display Talk by Mr. Exhibition through December 2014 About the Exhibit Tours of the Exhibit at the Charles Evans Inniss Memorial Library 1650 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, New York Program Welcome — Sylvia Gail Kinard, Esq.
Edwards CELEBRATE AFRICA at Medgar Evers College Edison O. Chief Diversity Officer, Title IX Coordinator, Office of Diversity, Multiculturalism and Affirmative Action, Medgar Evers College Opening Remarks — Augustine Okereke, Ph.
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