Ashé Cultural Arts Center
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Mckenna Museum of African American Art
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House of Broel
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Independent film screenings, arts and activism workshops, a rotating exhibition space that hosts everything from post-Katrina...
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Lonely Planet review
An important anchor for the local African American community, Ashé (from a Yoruban word that could loosely be translated as ‘Amen’) regularly showcases performances, art exhibitions, photographs and lectures with an African/African America/Caribbean focus.