As part of our promotion for the second edition, Little Africa Paris is embarking on a US book to say « THANK YOU » to the American travel community. They have been a significant customer base for the guide book, especially the African-American community. We want them to know that « We see You and appreciate You » because they have been our first and foremost international customers for Little Africa’s tour experiences in Paris.
We hope that our book tour is able to convey a snapshot of what it means to be African and French in Paris and encourage even more members of the American travel community to add Paris to their bucket list. At its essence, our tour is about meeting and greeting the community that has been following and supporting us since day one.

We have build a itinerary to maximize meeting opportunities with you!
The team coming from Paris will stop on these cities:
> NEW-YORK: MoCADA Museum – October the 25th / 7:30pm-9:30pm, 80 Hanson Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11217, United States

> WASHINGTON DC: Vital Voices – October the 28th / 6:30pm-8:30pm, 1625 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite 300Washington, DC 20036

> LOS ANGELES: Reparations Club – October the 30rd / 7:00Pm-9:00pm, 4636 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016, États-Unis

> SAN FRANCISCO: Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) – November the 5th / 2pm-6:30pm, 685 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105, United States

Entrance is FREE !
Books will be available for sales.

Jacqueline NGO MPII, the founder of Little Africa and author of the travel guide will be in conversation with:
– Manushka from AFROPUNK (NY)
– Robin Bates from Maison Noire Américaine (SF)
– DC
– (LA)

Join us for a MEET & GREET evenings, where you will have the opportunity to discuss among a drink with the Little Africa team about your next travel to Paris, Afro Parisian culture and have your personal signed book !

This Tour is supported by:
> Premium: MoCADA Museum, Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), Vital Voices, Reparations Club
> Associate Partners: Editions Little Africa, The Californien, Maison Noire Américaine,
> Media Partners: AYO Magazine, Black & Abroad, Ayiba Magazine, AFROPUNK