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The Continuum Project partners with the Legacy Arts Ensemble!

The first partnership between the Legacy Arts Ensemble (LAE) - a resident company at Harlem School for the Arts (HSA) - and the CP launches with the Legacy Program: Residency Cycle (14) Fourteen. Thanks to a generous donation from African Ancestry, ensemble members will explore their personal connection to their Blackness and, through our partnership with African Ancestry, will receive the results of their African ancestry DNA tests, restoring information once thought lost to their families forever.

Their devised theatre piece LEGACY OR NAH? performs Friday, August 31st at HSA at 7pm.  All are welcome to witness this momentous occassion where they will take you on a journey that launches a reconnection for themselves - and their entire families - to their African cultural inheritance.

 

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The CP

on PBS!

Click the PBS logo to the right to see the CP's Legacy Program: Residency

on"Finding Your Roots," hosted by Harvard professor, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., featuring Samuel L. Jackson, Condeleezza Rice & Brown University President, Ruth Simmons!  Click here to see the segment.

Co-Founder NSangou Njikam on The Outlet Radio Show
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Co-Founder NSangou Njikam on WHUT's Vocal Point

STEPPING (IN)TO THE CONTINUUM: Chadwick Boseman

 

Watch CP co-founder NSangou Njikam (Glenn Gordon) featured on a panel for the WHUT's show VOCAL POINT with African Ancestry's CEO Gina Paige and Dr. Georgia M. Dunston the founding interim director of the National Genome Center (NHGC) at Howard University in Washington, DC.  

 

 

Watch CP co-founder NSangou Njikam (Glenn Gordon) featured on a panel for the WHUT's show VOCAL POINT with African Ancestry's CEO Gina Paige and Dr. Georgia M. Dunston the founding interim director of the National Genome Center (NHGC) at Howard University in Washington, DC.  

 

 

Actor, writer, director, and star of the biopic 42, GET ON UP, MARSHALL, and Marvel/Disney's BLACK PANTER,  Chadwick Boseman steps (in)to the Continuum as he takes his African Ancestry MatriClan test with the Continuum Project.  In the second video hear him reflect on the impact his results had with Charlamagne the God on the NYC radio morning show, "The Breakfast Club"

The CP Welcomes New Partnerships in our Nation's Capitol!

Howard University's Department of Theatre Arts where 8 seniors will create collaborative theatrical work based on their personal and academic explorations of ethnic identity.  The culminating performance is on Friday, April 19th and Saturday April 20, 2013.

It's a new year and the CP invites (2) two new partnerships this winter/spring.  The Legacy Program: Residency launches it's first ever Collegiate Edition with 

Upon receipt of a grant from the  DC Commission on Arts and the Humanities, the CP has partnered with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company's Connectivity Dept. to celebrate their production of Danai Gurira's THE CONVERT with a special 

Legacy Program: Residency featuring students from Washington, DC's premiere arts institution for secondary education: Duke Ellington School of the Arts.

Click here to watch their performance online!

The participants of the Legacy Program: Residency Cycle (8) Eight after their culminating showcase in Washington, D.C. (With LaVonda Elam, Glenn Gordon NSangou, Gina Paige and Ken Johnson)

NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

The Legacy Program Cycle (14) Fourteen!

The Legacy Program: Residency begins its new partnership with the Legacy Arts Ensemble, a resident company at Harlem School for the Art,s with it's presentation of LEGACY OR NAH?, a theatre piece devised by LAE artists that uses story, song, dance and west African performance aesthetics to explore the meaning of cultural legacy and how to get it back.



The Continuum Project on WBAI talk radio!

The Continuum Project, Inc. co-founders Nikkole Salter and Glenn Gordon NSangou were featured on WBAI 99.5's "Talkback with Hugh Hamilton" !  Check it out at the bottom of the page here.

 

Follow us on Social Media!
One of the best ways to keep in touch is to fan us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram and Twitter! That way you'll get up to date news about the Legacy Program, and great chances to win big in our Ancestry Lottery!

FOUNDER'S CORNER

2018 is proving to be fabulous year where we introduce a new partnership with the Legacy Arts Ensemble, a resident company at Harlem School for the Arts, and a professional youth company started by Tracey Johnson and Khary Kamau after being inspired by the CP's own Residency programming.  

 

Our community collaborations have restored the histories of over 150 families to date!

The Continuum Project, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.