Black Nativity Corporate Sponsorships for 2022

Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity, a cherished fifty-two year tradition in  Boston, is again offered as a Christmas gift from the city’s black  community to all people of “good will.” Produced by the National Center  of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA) since 1970, its cast of more than  seventy-five children and adults never fails to lift our hearts and spirits as  beautiful voices rise in praise and joy. Tens of thousands have seen Black  Nativity and have come to love its energetic, gospel music and its dramatic  dance recalling the birth of the Christ Child. Boston’s Black Nativity,  longest running in the nation, embodies the promise of hope and rebirth as  well as the joy that animate our City at its best.  

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Grand Corporate Sponsor

We invite you to join our 2022 Grand Corporate Sponsorship Program celebrating the 52nd season of Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity, Boston’s most cherished Christmas tradition. Your  contribution sustains the legacy of this gift of joy and hope from Boston’s black community to all  people of “good will.” With your help, we can transform lives and build the city that we all want.  

We appreciate the generosity of our corporate friends and look forward to sharing the uplifting spirit of Black Nativity with all. 

NCAAA, a non-profit organization, was founded in Boston in 1968 by Dr.  Elma Lewis to annunciate the artistic heritage and contributions of Black  people to world culture. It is active in performing and visual arts, as well as  arts teaching. Black Nativity is part of the living legacy of Dr. Lewis whose  centenary we celebrate this year. To learn more about Black Nativity and  the NCAAA, visit and respectively.  

We at NCAAA/Black Nativity realize that you have a choice when it comes to  investing your charitable dollars. To confirm your level of sponsorship, please contact  

Sandi Bagley and Kafi Meadows, Co-Chairs, Black Nativity Celebration Committee, at or 617-436-8256