The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) in El Barrio East Harlem, New York City, preserves and promotes the culture of Africa and the African diaspora – whether African, African-American, Afro-Latino or Afro-Caribbean.
Part 1, June 30, 2020
Part 2, July 7, 2020
Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) YouTube & Facebook channels
Caribbean Cultural Institute Online
CCCADI supports the community during the COVID-19 shutdown with online programming at cccadi.org
CCCADI is also a Google Arts and Culture partner artsandculture.google.com
Visit the Caribbean Cultural Institute
Caribbean Cultural Institute African Diaspora Institute
120 East 125th St, New York, NY 10035
(125th St between Lexington and Park Avenue)
East Harlem, Manhattan
🟢(4) (5) (6) to 125th St
Walk 1/2 a block west towards the Park Avenue elevated train.
Support the CCCADI
As one of New York City’s leading Afro-Caribbean organizations for over 40 years, the CCCADI deserves your support.
In addition to their own cultural programs, CCCADI leaders regularly help program events at other New York institutions including the Lincoln Center Out of Doors festival. When we have a Caribbean problem we can’t solve on our own, this is who we turn to. It’s a small organization, but their impact is huge.
In 2008, New York City government chose the CCCADI to develop the old East Harlem firehouse (1889) into a community cultural center.
Even in the Caribbean, our culture is slowly disappearing, but it lives on at the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute in El Barrio East Harlem, New York City.
Past Caribbean Cultural Center Programs
Thursdays, April 16, 23, 30 & May 7, 2020
CARIBBEAN CULTURAL CENTER AFRICAN DIASPORA INSTITUTE
El Barrio, East Harlem
Oba Frank Bell leads a webinar on Integral Plants & Herbs in Afro-Cuban Orisha & Palo Traditions. FREE
Sunday, August 18, 2019
EAST HARLEM, NYC ~ The Caribbean Cultural Center hosts a Pan-African cultural festival and street fair around East Harlem Art Park on 120th St between Lexington and Third Ave
Saturday, March 23, 2019
HARLEM, NYC ~ The Curtis Brothers map the rhythms of the slave trade. Circa ’95 raps in Spanglish about what happened once we landed in El Barrio. For the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) and Carnegie Hall’s Migrations: the Making of America festival. At Harlem Stage
LINCOLN CENTER & PREGONES THEATER, Sat-Sun, Aug 4-5, 2018 ~ La Casita gives voice to the poetry and music of our communities