Cultural Caravan Productions, Inc., offers a wide range of cultural and education programs for the entire family. We believe that an educated community is one which is informed and able to make sound decisions about its future. In this effort, we seek to create programming which is geared towards fostering a greater awareness of the cultural contributions of people of African ancestry to our world. Towards these goals, we offer the following programs and services:
Cultural Caravan/ CCPTV - television and online programs which present the audience with a wealth of information about the arts, cultural, and educational contributions of African Americans. Click here for more information
Salute to Jazz Artist, Dianne Reeves
Cultural Caravan TV presents a salute to the legendary Grammy awarding winning artist, Dianne Reeves. Dianne discusses her phenomenal career and early influences, as well as provides advice for future artists.
Tribute to Legendary Calypso Rose
Cultural Caravan TV presents a tribute to the legendary trailblazer, Calypso Rose. She discusses her early influences, memorable moments, and gives advice to future artists on how they can survive and thrive in the business of entertainment.
African American History Roundtable with Dr.Horne and Dr.Seraile
Host, Louise Dente, discusses the topic of filling the missing pages of American history with historians, Dr. Gerald Horne of the University of Houston and Dr. William Seraile, Professor Emeritus of African and African American Studies at Lehman College.
Cultural Caravan Press Releases, Press Photos and Press Video Clips are issued at irregular intervals, whenever there are important developments within the Cultural Caravan Productions organization.
CCPTV to present Encore spotlight and 75th birthday tribute to music artist, Calypso Rose
Cultural Caravan TV proudly presents an encore spotlight and 75th birthday tribute to music artist, Calypso Rose (aka McCartha L. Lewis). This year, she will be celebrating 60 years in show business. Calypso Rose is a trailblazer who opened up the doors for female calypsonians and has since became an ambassador of Caribbean music who has fans worldwide. Calypso and Soca’s living legend, she was born on 27th April 1940 in the island of Tobago in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, in the West Indies. Today, she resides in Queen’s, New York in the US but every year she returns to her island “to come back to herself” and as she explains “to find in Tobago her African Roots”.
Our Youth and Education Program features a wealth of information which is geared towards youth development and self expression. Check out clips from episodes of Cultural Caravan''s "Youth in Spotlight" series. These programs are created and hosted by and for youth and the community. Click here for more information
Explore the African American Experience throughout the five boroughs with this one day New York Expedition. The guided tour will provide you with information about the cultural contributions of African Americans to this great city..This is a Must for those who are native New Yorkers as well as recent visitors. Click here for more information
New York has a wealth of African American Theatres that offer outstanding performances for a fraction of the price of a Broadway show. Join us for a memorable experience which includes a show and meal package. Click here for more information Click here for more information
Celebrate African American culture with a beautiful memento such as an expressive tee shirt, tote bag, or book of soul stirring poetry/prose, and more . These items are available for a small contribution. All proceeds will be used to support our programming. Click here for more information
Cultural Caravan Productions, Inc., is a non-profit entity that seeks donations to further support our high quality,independent, and community focused programming, which celebrates the rich history and culture of African Americans and the diaspora. If you wish to be part of the team of supporters who appreciate the work that we do,. Click here for more information