Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market
Great market with all kinds of imports from West Africa - jewelry, clothing, fabrics, bags, drums, raw shea butter, and much more.
Vendors at this canopied bazaar offer various African crafts, clothes & accessories
People come from all over the city to shop at this "African" market. I love finding small gifts like earrings and necklaces here. A very convenient pit stop on the way to the park.
Elite ’17 Share review Embed review Compliment Send message Follow Keilon L. 5.0 star rating 4/3/2016 1 check-in Located in the center of Le Petit Sénégal, do come here for some very nice handmade leather trinkets and your typical beads and necklaces and everything else Afrocentric, typically,…
A full range of unique African products from clothing to art, soaps and furniture.
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