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    The mission of the St. Louis African Arts Festival is to provide the community at large access to the richness of African culture and its impact on western culture. We achieve our mission by creating an African village atmosphere that supports a wholesome family environment, engenders fellowship among attendees and exposes them to African culture through education, entertaining activities and culinary experiences.



    ​The St. Louis African Arts Festival is sponsored by the African Heritage Association of St. Louis, Inc. and funded in part by the Missouri Arts Council, the Regional Arts Commission, and the Office of Minority Health-Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Cultural partners of the festival include the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Muny, the St. Louis Public Library, the Saint Louis Zoo, the Missouri History Museum, and Washington University in St. Louis.​​​​​​
    Starts
    05-26-2021 10:00 AM
    Ends
    05-26-2021 11:00 AM
    Location
    Worldwide
    Last edited by Tariq; 04-22-2021, 02:23 PM.
    Black People must become financially independent from white people before they can be truly free!!

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    Black People must become financially independent from white people before they can be truly free!!

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