Programs designed to enrich the community

Uhuru Dancers

Uhuru Dancers, Inc. is a community based non-profit organization that has been empowering the Atlanta area through African Culture since 1989. Uhuru Dancers was founded by Toni Young, Shaheedah Enahora, Tina Scoope, and Celeste Anthony.  It is the oldest professional African dance company in the Metro Atlanta Area.  At least 100 members have passed through the ranks of Uhuru in its many years of operation.

Programs for everyone


Assisting youth academically, socially, and personally, by providing programs during the school year and during the summer.

Seniors & Adults

Meeting the needs of seniors, senior refugees and adults, by improving their lives through education and community-building.


In these uncertain times having a safe and welcoming place to go for education for our refugee clients is vital. The Clarkston Community Center provides classes to assist people in acclimating to a new culture and language and special events to update people on the current status of our laws pertaining to refugees and immigrants. We need your help to continue offering these programs which are important to the lives of our refugees. Please donate and help us out!


We provide digital literacy classes, training in computer repair, and sell discounted refurbished computers.

Healthy living

We provide an innovative approach to ensuring access to fresh, affordable food to all income levels.

Class schedule

Clarkston Community Center is also proud to offer a wide range of classes for all walks of life. Don't miss the opportunity to share in our weekly and special events.

Help one of America's most diverse communities in this time of need.