Sistas' Place

"We believe that our
culture is a weapon

and we bring you our
most talented

Jazz musicians."


Viola Plummer




"Jazz is a music of the spirit..."

Ahmed Abdullah
Musical Director

Interview with Ahmed Abdullah, The New York City Jazz Record, May 2014


Sistas' Place Presents Only The Best Jazz Musicians in NYC!

Counter-Revolution of 1776:
Was U.S. Independence War a Conservative Revolt in Favor of Slavery?

Book Signing with Author Gerald Horne

Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 6:30pm




A new book from University of Houston professor Gerald Horne revisits America's heroic creation myth and what really happened in 1776 — at the very founding itself. In “The Counter-Revolution of 1776: Slave Resistance and the Origins of the United States of America,” Dr. Horne marshals considerable research to paint a picture of a U.S. that wasn’t founded on liberty, with slavery as an uncomfortable and aberrant remnant of a pre-Enlightenment past, but rather was founded on slavery — as a defense of slavery — with the language of liberty and equality used as window dressing. If he’s right, in other words, then the traditional narrative of the creation of the U.S. is almost completely wrong. Hear this amazing author and get your autographed copy today!



Call for more info: (718) 398-1766


Sistas' Place Coffee House

456 Nostrand Avenue

corner of Jefferson Avenue
Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn NYC


ZTourz will host a reception for the popular Namibian award-winning rhythm and blues singer, Floritha Fleermuys at Sistas' Place on Friday July 18, 2014 at 6:30 PM. Floritha will sing and the reception is free. We want everyone to come and enjoy Namibian culture. Sistas Place is located at 456 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.


Floritha came to the US to host her own concert in Washington DC, which was held on July 12 and has already begun to build a fan base here.  For the past two years Floritha has won the Namibia Annual Music Award for best R&B singer. She began singing in her school choir and in the African Methodist Episcopal church, Young People’s and Children’s Division.


Floritha's second album "Don’t Judge" is an inspirational album encouraging women’s empowerment and helping young women to stand up and fight for themselves. She also uses her music to advocate HIV/AIDS awareness and to encourage and strengthen those living with HIV/AIDS. To top it all off, Floritha is a law student at the University of Namibia.ZTourz, a micro-tourism project of the December 12th Movement, is current organizing a tour of Namibia and Zimbabwe scheduled for November 2014.


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Floritha's Facebook Page:

Sistas' Place 456 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn @ Jefferson. See map.


19th Season Schedule


Sat., May 31st Kenny Gates with Pete Chavez, Calvin Hill and Joe Brown Jr. (African Liberation Day Celebration)


19th Season Over.
Watch for Special Summer Concerts before our 20th Season begins this fall.



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