From their website: “The International African Arts Festival began in 1971 as the African Street Carnival, a PTA’s block party fundraiser for an independent school in Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn with local entertainers, about 20 arts and crafts vendors, along with food prepared by the parents.” Now running for 40+ years, the IAAF has become a Brooklyn staple. Members of the African Diaspora and their allies come to engage with the endless array of dashikis, crochet crop tops, shea butter creams, jewelry, baskets, wooden sculptures, food vendors, music, and much more. If you missed it, there’s always next year and as always Anonygo has you covered.

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