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CLACC-C

MISSION

CLACC-C fosters an environment that bridges inter-generational relationships via community activities that involve the entire spectrum of the Caribbean family.

Our mission is devoted to the development, promotion and preservation of Caribbean culture and history through the collection of archives and Art memorabilia. CLACC-C functions as a learning and resource center. It provides historical, social, and cultural information on the diverse dimensions of Caribbean life. CLACC-C is fostering an environment that bridges inter-generational relationships via community activities that involve the entire spectrum of the Caribbean family. Cultural activities have included panel discussions with Caribbean scholars, writers, and artists, art/costume exhibits, music/dance/theater performances. We are located in Brooklyn, site for the densest population of Caribbean immigrants in America. Carlos Lezama Archives and Caribbean Cultural Center (CLACC-C ) was established by SUNY in 2005.