The DuSable Museum of African American History

MAAFA

MAAFA

The DuSable Museum and the Illinois Amistad Commission present, MAAFA, or the African Holocaust. MAAFA is a term used to describe the history and on-going effects of atrocities inflicted on African people. The MAAFA includes the Arab and Atlantic slave trades, and continued through other forms of oppression to the present day. On the four (4) Wednesdays and the four (4) Sundays in February 2014, The DuSable Museum of African American History will partner with Trinity United Church of Christ to present this very special programming.

NEXT UP, Wednesday, February 26, 6:30 PM
MAAFA: Chicago (RSVP!) – Panel Discussion with Rev. Moss, Dr. Carol Adams, Professor Chris Reed

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Wednesday, February 5, 6:30 PM
MAAFA: Ghana (RSVP!) – The story of Kwame Nkrumah and Ghana independence. Documentary – Winds of Change

Wednesday, February 12, 6:30 PM
MAAFA: Caribbean/ Haiti (RSVP!) – Documentary and Lecture on the Haitian Revolution and its impact on America and the world

Wednesday, February 19, 6:30 PM
MAAFA: New Orleans (RSVP!) – (Louisiana) Louisiana documentaries on the land, people and culture – a discussion with Jihad Muhammad and filmmaker Masequa Myers

NEXT UP, Wednesday, February 26, 6:30 PM
MAAFA: Chicago (RSVP!) – Panel Discussion with Rev. Moss, Dr. Carol Adams, Professor Chris Reed

Explore the Spirit of MAAFA: Journey of Remembrance!
Sunday Services at Trinity United Church of Christ

400 West 95th Street Chicago, Illinois 60628
773 962-5650

Sunday, February 9th TrinityUCC Chicago!
Guardian of the Flame Indians
Steel Drum Band

Sunday, February 16th TrinityUCC Chicago!
Jazz Singer Tracey Eileen

Sunday, February 23rd TrinityUCC Chicago!