Afrikan Luv Company
Afrikan Luv Company Inc. is a non profit organized exclusively for charitable, cultural, literary, theatrical, and educational purposes, including for such purposes, the making of distribution to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Law.
The Afrikan Luv Company understands, "when a child truly knows of him/herself, and is able to joyfully express it to the world, then society becomes the beneficiary."
The Afrikan Luv Company looks to make a social difference in the community of color by:
Challenging negative stereotypes that are geared to demean people of African ancestry.
Producing theatrical productions that celebrate as well as educate people of African ancestry.
Developing creative writing skills in high school and college students, while at the same time teaching them about their history and traditional African culture (morals and values via Maxims and Proverbs).
It is through a collective effort that the Afrikan Luv Company looks to build confidence, respect for self and community, increase moral and civic responsibility, and enhance how people of African descent see themselves in relationship to the world.
Challenge and debunk negative stereotypes geared towards demeaning people of African descent by educating the community about their culture and history.
Create and produce theatrical productions that celebrate and educate people of African descent, as well as educate all people in and out of the community.
Develop creative writing skills in school aged children in their teens and early twenties, so that they may be able to express themselves and develop confidence and self worth.
Develop civic and moral responsibilities in children so that they will have respect for themselves and the community they live in.
To challenge negative stereotypes that are geared to demonize people of African ancestry, produce theatrical productions that celebrate as well as educate people of African ancestry, develop creative writing skills in school aged and college aged students, while at the same time teach them of their history and aspects of traditional Afrikan Culture.
To make a social difference in the community of color, by building confidence, respect for self and community, increase moral and civic responsibility and enhance how people of African ancestry see themselves in relationship to the world.
An Afrikan Thought
A child acts, so that it can eat.
A parent teaches a child how to act so that he/she can eat.