On this episode of Africa In The City, Tracy explores the various types of African food in New York City’s popular Little Senegal neighborhood in Harlem. See what she finds!
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  1. I miss when Harlem was mostly black Americans… That's when it was popping… It's ok if Africans have just a very small part of Harlem, but I miss when Harlem was BLACK Americans

  2. Amazing! I am a total white American. Did a recent DNA test n discovered I am 12% African . Now I am happy to be learning n discovering all about African Foods , Africa etc. A rich n wonderful culture indeed n I look forward to trying the food soon. Thanks for this video. Everything looks so good.

  3. WOW Sahara thank you for sharing your videos I LOVED THIS Whenever I lived in NYC they didn't have many black restaurant in HARLEM I'm very happy to here of the Senegal on 116th street….PEACE♡ I'm full just watching especially the fugue YUMMY mmmmm

  4. The know-fair Wolof: The Senegalese kitchen is the best of africa. The yassa is the kitchen most popular in africa occidental….. The yassa became popular in Europe and America North, including France, Italy, Spain, Usa, and Canada