Congo in Harlem 8


Friday, October 21st, 5:00pm

Afro Congolese Dance Class

With Nkumu Katalay, Eto’o “Mabina” Tsana, & special guest DJ

105 min

Learn some new dance moves with Congo in Harlem’s musician in residence, Nkumu Katalay and Eto’o “Mabina” Tsana. The class will cover contemporary and traditional Afro Congolese forms (Contemp-tra) featuring music from a live DJ. Presented in collaboration with All in Black Fridays.



Congo in Harlem is an annual series of films, artwork, panel discussions, and special events focused on the history, politics, and culture of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The goal of the series is to deepen our communities understand of DR Congo through art and dialogue. Congo in Harlem is more than just movies and discussions -- it's an opportunity to discover Congo's culture, learn about it's challenges, and get involved. This series is non-profit and volunteer-run, produced by True Walker Productions, Friends of the Congo and the Maysles Documentary Center. It is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Community Council.  

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