South Africa Itinerary Taking Shape

Monday, 17 September 2012 by

Planning for our 2013 South Africa trip is in full swing! To make this trip happen, we need your help!  Please donate  to help us get to South Africa for this life-changing experience! Our trip is planned for December, 2013 and we’re working with a travel agent to settle all the details on specific dates

Setting Goals and Positive Affirmations

Saturday, 15 September 2012 by

We spent some time today learning how to establish short-term and long-term goals.  We developed a master plan for ourselves.  Our goals won’t just happen – we need to work toward them. Every day we look at positive affirmations to help us focus on our goals.   Affirmations help us to keep our goals in mind. 

Shows Set for February

Tuesday, 04 September 2012 by

Every year we commemorate Black History Month in February. Our 2013 Black History Month shows will be held February 16, 2013. We’ll have a matinee show at 4 p.m. and our evening show will start at 8 p.m. Last year we sold out both shows so get your tickets today! Tickets are available at The

Taratibu Youth Association (TYA) joins more than 4,400 approved organizations recognized by the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capitol Area (CFCNCA). The campaign gives federal employees an opportunity to designate organizations that align with needs they feel are most important when making charitable contributions. “The Combined Federal Campaign is the nation’s largest and most

Grammy-nominated performing artist Carolyn Malachi chose Taratibu Youth Association to be in her new music video for the electro-pop song, “Free Your Mind,” the second single from her forthcoming album, scheduled for a September release. Listen to the song Watch a recording session See behind the scenes photos The video features our very own Moriah

Taratibu Youth Association brought its unique form of dance and song to Martha’s Vineyard this summer with Jones-Haywood Dance School. After a performance culminating several weeks of instruction, the girls were pictured on the front page of the local Martha’s Vineyard newspaper! The performance was a collaboration between Taratibu Youth Association and Jones-Haywood Dance School,