African American Music Association

African American Music Association The AAMA was established to preserve, protect, promote and foster the development of African American music and those who compose and perform the music.

The African American Music Association (AAMA) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) entity, organized exclusively for charitable, cultural and educational purposes. Its primary goal is to offer programs and activities to the community that will assure a better quality of life for those persons who have an interest in pursuing the performing arts as a career or vocation. Human (mental personal and moral development) through cultural arts activity and other creative media is the overall goal. AAMA was established in 1992 to preserve, protect and foster the continued development of African American music and the legacy of those who compose, record, and perform the music. The AAMA headquarters office is located in the Fort Chaplin Park Apartments complex where we provide community development programs and workshops to the local residents who are composed of seniors citizens, disadvantaged and low and fixed income families.


Thank you all for coming out to support us at our Back to School Rally this past Saturday. Shout out to all of our newly inducted Guardians of Justice!


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Washington D.C., DC


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