The mission of African Soul International is to preserve and present the best of African Culture through the dances, songs, rhythms and stories of the African/African-American experience.
Each of our programs meet Common Core standards in English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies.
Since 1998, African Soul has used the arts to keep youth off the streets, bring community together and build bridges of joy and compassion through positive artistic experiences.
African Soul offers classes, workshops and conferences that feature our amazing professional artistic team as well as master artists from throughout Guinea, Senegal, Mali, Congo, Liberia and The Gambia.
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African soul works with educational institutions to bring cultural arts and education programming to entire districts, schools, and universities?
The Kwanzaa Camp is a two week cultural immersion experience in which inner-city youth learn African and Hip-Hop dance, drum, theater, and music while developing their leadership skills and learning to work collaboratively with others. This camp hosts children ages 7-17, with special focus given to children in foster care, and to date has served over 1000 youth from Cleveland to Los Angeles.