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August 02, 2015

Our Mission



The mission of the African-American Affairs Commission (AAAC) is to improve and promote the economic development, education, health and political well-being of the African-American community in the State of Connecticut.

The AAAC accomplishes these goals through information sharing, promoting cultural awareness, community networking, and legislation. [more]

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Upcoming Events
August 6, 2015
NAACP 50th Voting Rights Act
1965 Voting Rights Act Commemorative Luncheon
More Info
August 7-9, 2015
First-rate performances at the Litchfield Jazz Festival
first-rate performances at the Litchfield Jazz Festival
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August 15, 2015
African-American Parade
Family Fun, Music, Food, etc.
More Info

The Connecticut Sun is proud to offer AAAC
special discount tickets!

Click on the "SUN" above for more details...

$34 (box office regular price $41)
$29 (box office regular price $36)
$24 (box office regular price $28)
$16 (box office regular price $24)

                                        Per person includes: 
                                        · Convenient on-line ordering and ticket printing
                                        · No Handling Fees
                                        · Free Parking
                                        · Intense Basketball Action!

To purchase tickets, click on the link below:
 http://bit.ly/AAAC2015

Special Offer Code: AAAC


August 14, 2015

The Social Security Administration celebrates the 80th Anniversary
of the signing of the Social Security Act.   

  

When the Social Security program started 80 years ago, the goal was to provide
an economic lifeline for people in need. Today, Social Security continues to protect
millions of people.  

(To continue reading about the SSA, click on the balloons above...)


Monday Night Jazz in Bushnell Park  

Serious fans from mainstream to smooth to avant-garde jazz come to hear the music, camp down with their blankets, lawn chairs and coolers up close to the park's pavilion stage.  Others come to the park not just for the free music, but also to picnic or party on the lawn, basking in the almost tactile communal vibe that has become one of the hallmarks and great traditions in Hartford's free, jazz-in-the-park summer festivals.

Monday Night Jazz in Bushnell Park opens its weekly series of six consecutive concerts on Monday, July 6, running through August 10. The Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz, a weekend extravaganza whose aromatic food booths and big, bustling turnouts transform the park into a vibrantly thriving fairground, bazaar and concert site from Friday, July 17, through Sunday, July 19. Click here for concert schedule.


ELIZABETH PARK SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

Concerts are held Wednesday nights on the Rose Garden Lawn at 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Rain Dates: Thursday Night. If there's rain on Thursday, too, concerts to be held in Pond House. Picnics are welcome at outdoor concerts only.  Bring chair, food and drink to share...
Click here for concert schedule...


  

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