African American, African & Caribbean Arts Culture Meetup Groups

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Whether strolling through Paris or zip-lining through the Costan Rican canopy... traveling is more fun with friends! Join the AAT as we discover (and re-discover) the city... and the world! Events include: domestic and international travel cultural o

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African American Travelers
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Birmingham is a great city, with a great Black community. As a professional who moved here from London I created this group to embrace other Black professionals in Birmingham and have fun. Aimed at those already in some form of work, this is set to b

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Beautiful People
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This is a support group for African Ancestored men and women of all ages, who are concerned their children and grand-children are losing or have lost their cultural identity. The purpose of this group is to reunite parent, grandparent, and child wit

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Keepers of the Flame
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A self awareness community dedicated to improving the way African-Americans think in order to reposition themselves in American society. Our mission is to raise awareness & re-ignite the committment to excellence in the Black conscience. MENTAL DIA

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Truth seekers
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Hi, I'm Nigerian/British, recently moved back to Atlanta. Started this group to meet positive people who are interested in meeting up for a good time, traveling, shopping (yes!!) eating out, health and fitness, adventurous stuff and most importantly,­

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Fun people!
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Chicago Reading Africa was inspired by Kinna Reads' Africa Reading Challenge. We primarily operate as a book discussion group for African writing but we also explore other narrative forms (storytelling, music, film, and other visual arts). If you are

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Readers
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Come explore the delicious, relatively unknown world of African American-made wines.  Among the 6,000 plus winemakers in the U.S. today, only about 22 are African American, even though black history with winemaking dates back to Thomas Jefferson's Mo

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Wine Lovers
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Nia Statement: The purpose of our Sister Circle is to celebrate our African womanhood and to network with like minded heterosexual sisters in our quest for knowledge growth and development as we join together to share in discussion of subjects that e

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Sisters
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A collective of Black urban cyclists improving the health, economy, and local environment of African Americans by creating a relevant and sustainable Black bike culture.

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RBG-ers
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ADULT'S CLASSES include a diverse, dynamic, eclectic blend of dance and music including hip hop, dancehall, soca, reggae, reggaeton, house, belly and African. Emphasis is placed on building strength, flexibility, and sculpting. Optional toning sessio

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Dance Lovers

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October 27, 2014

This group is for young, professional adults in the Rochester area. This is an opportunity to network with fascinating people, site see and have fun in our area.

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Black singles of Rochester
September 19, 2014

The Aboriginal Network strives for Unity amongst ALL Black People/Groups by Promoting the awareness of The Lost Aboriginal Heritage of the so-called Negro-African-American. We are resolving a Historical, Political, & Economic 'Identity Crisis' for th

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Black/Aboriginal American
August 5, 2014

Welcome to the Black Consciousness Collective! This organization is designed to gather forward, open-minded, progressive thinking (and acting) African Americans who want to engage in serious discussions about the vital issues confronting the Black co

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Conscious Explorers
June 16, 2014

Become a member and enjoy videos, unique and varied meetups (literary, outdoor, cultural, social, whatever....we decide.  Some videos are available NOW to members ONLY on this meetup site. This is a group for African American lesbians, other lesbians

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Lesbians, Women loving women
May 30, 2014

Out goal at Early Literacy Made Fun( ELMF) is to foster a life long enjoyment for learning! Our focus is children between the ages of 2 to 6 years old.  We host virtual classes and blended learning opportunities to ensure your child receives the lite

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ELMFs
May 14, 2014

Looking for all American/Caribbean, Caribbean, African Caribbean and Latin Caribbean Gems! This is a great meetup to network with people of African/Latin/American Caribbean decent. Where we can discuss our talents, educate each other, showcase our t

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Hidden Gems
May 6, 2014

Karibu to African Languages and Culture Group, this group is for anyone who is enthusiast of African culture, anyone who speak any African language or would like to learn about African languages by talking to new friends who speak similar languages.­

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African by heart and soul
May 4, 2014

A collective of Black urban cyclists improving the health, economy, and local environment of African Americans by creating a relevant and sustainable Black bike culture.

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RBG-ers
April 30, 2014
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This is a group for anyone from the Caribbean, or has a connection to the Caribbean. Even if you just love the Caribbean, you are welcome to join :) This group was created to share our similar, but unique heritage & cultures. And be able to meet f

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Caribbean Family
March 27, 2014

We connect Africa, Continent and Diaspora! We are a group for people who enjoy learning more about African cultures, around the world, from our location of Bronzeville. We celebrate music, food, language, etc. This group recognizes that English, Fr

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