AfriKin is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that creates cultural connections through masterful artistry and meaningful conversations. For over 15 years, AfriKin has sustained cultural programming designed to highlight the role of art and culture in human development and enrichment. AfriKin exists as an effort to create opportunities for positive transformation through thought and action sustained by: academic articulations, aesthetic imaginations for the development of cultural industries.
The term AfriKin is the fusion of two words — Africa and kinship.
The vision of AfriKin is to share our Africanness as a basis of kinship as we help to curate the Black world.
It is our responsibility to have vigilance to keep the Afri and the Kin together as we advance as a society.
Do not cease to believe that we are not related simply because we are separated by oceans. AfriKin emphasizes cultural connection and kinship across ethnic lines. It focuses on engagement and quality of care, re-branding the Black world’s image to allow more strategic partnerships.