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SuperCamp Showcase

This year’s SuperCamp theme is MOBILIZATION.   SuperGirls learned about four key areas of mobilization for people of African descent: the African experience on the continent as well as the AbolitionistVoting Rights/Suffragethe Civil Rights and Black Lives Matter movement in the US. They learned about the ways in which activists define the social issues, raised awareness, build coalitions, developed strategies as well as the way we have implemented and monitored success in an effort to move toward sustainable change. More specifically, SuperGirls studied African and African American History, worked together collectively to promote the good within themselves and each other, learned ways to keep their minds and bodies healthy, shared their gifts and talents through volunteerism. They also expanded their artistic expression with photography, art and dance.


On August 3rd and August 4th, they will be sharing what they have learned in their two showcases.  SuperCamp New Jersey’s event takes place at Speedway Academies on August 3rd from 6-8pm. SuperGirls Amina, Tori and Marley Dias will host the event.


SuperCamp Philadelphia has completed their full inaugural year. Their showcase will take place August 4th from 1-3pm at Taller Puertorriqueno. Dr. Janice Johnson Dias will host the event with music by DJ Scotty Nevers.



Details of each event

Saturday, August 4th 


Poetry, drama, art and photography + The World Premiere of “Wake Up Everybody” dance performed by the SuperGirls


Doors open at 12:30pm

Performance begins at 1:00pm-3:00pm


Taller Puertorriqueno

2600 N. 5th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19133


Open to the public

Music by DJ Scotty Nevers


Support by the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership (IDEAL) at Temple University

Contact: Bridgett Wilkerson-

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GrassROOTS Community Foundation


SuperCamp New Jersey Showcase


Friday, August 3rd 

Performances by the SuperGirls

  • African Dance, choreographed by Yahya Kamate
  • Poetry with Kween Moore & Tamen Hade
  • Modern Dance choreographed by Made Stars


**Special Performance by the SuperCaregivers


Hosts: SuperGirls Amina, Tori and Marley Dias 


Doors open at 5:00pm

Performance begins at 6:00pm


Speedway Academies

701 W. South Orange Ave

Newark, NJ 07106


Open to the public

Music by DJ Scotty Nevers


Support by The Episcopal Church of St. Andrew & Holy Communion and NYU College of Global Public Health

Contact: Dr. Janice Johnson

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