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ARISE - African History Past to Present Equatorial Guinea

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BRIC Stoop

647 Fulton Street

Brooklyn, NY 11217

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History plays a huge role in how we identify ourselves. "In the end, who are you if you don't know anything about where you come from, about your origins, your family, your language, your own culture?" To combat the scarcity of African history in the US, Siren - Protectors of the Rainforest, Inc. along with the Bedford Stuyvesant Residents Association, Inc. will be presenting a discussion series to acquaint the residents of Brooklyn with Africa, its people, its history, its culture and its present day economy.

H. E. Anatolio Ndong Mba, Plenipotentiary of Equatorial Guinea will be on hand to field questions about the history, culture and present day economy of Equatorial Guinea. Come through and get a chance to connect with someone, a country resident or national or an Equatorian scholar/artist/personality who is currently in the country for in depth conversations.

On display Cultural artifacts from the Fang People presented by Eric Edwards of the Cultural Museum of African Art.
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