What we're about
PAAC (Parents of African American Children) originated in California out of an effort to connect families with children of African American descent who moved to areas that were predominantly non-African American. It was designed for families to meet for social and recreational activities and provide opportunities for their children to meet other African American children for the purpose of building friendships with peers who share a common cultural heritage. Now, a division has been developed in the Cary, Apex, and Morrisville area to serve the same purpose, connecting African American (multi-racial families included) with other families of the same background. If you are a parent of an African American child between the ages of 2 and 8 years old living in Cary, Apex, or Morrisville and you would like to network with other families of African American heritage, this group is for you!