MAAFA QUESTIONNAIRE 2020

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For twenty-five years St. Paul Community has been a dedicated educational outpost of the horrors of the TransAtlantic Slave Trade. The MAAFA, a Kiswahili word coined in 1994 by Marimba Ani (in Let the Circle Be Unbroken: The Implications of African Spirituality in the Diaspora) translates to disaster, catastrophe. Slavery is the holocaust of Africans and Black American history as millions of Africans died during the journey of captivity from the west coast of Africa to the shores of America.   

As we endeavor to make critical decisions about how we move forward with our annual commemoration, we'd love to hear from you - our congregation and previous participants.  Please take a moment to complete this brief survey to share your feedback. 

ADDRESS

859 Hendrix Street, Brooklyn, NY 11207

(Cross Streets: Linden Boulevard & Stanley Avenue)


Call:  718.257.1300
Fax:  718.257.2988

Email:  info@spcbc.com

DIRECTIONS

B-6 to Cozine & Van Siclen Avenues 

B-15 to New Lots & Van Siclen Avenues

B-20 to Wortman & Van Siclen Avenues

B-83 to Linden Boulevard & Van Siclen Avenue

 

By Subway:  IRT #3 train to

Van Siclen Avenue 

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