The National Black Theater（NBT） was founded in 1968 in the heart of Harlem by the late artist Barbara Antia, an entrepreneur. NBT is one of the
oldest black theaters of black art in America. The purpose of the NBT is to spotlight unfairly undervalued American black art.
The content has been run for over 40 years by three core programs:
（1）Theater Arts Program, （2）Pioneering Arts Program, and （3）Communication Arts Program.
NBT's activities are not limited to the US, and have traveled throughout the Caribbean, Central America, Africa and Asia to produce over 300 original
theater productions. NBT has won more than 45 Oderco Black Theater Excellence Awards. The tour is carried out in the past （2013） in Japan,
"Detroit'67" was awarded the Kennedy Center Drama Award.
Culture-Commnications has signed a license agreement with NBT and decided to support their activities from the aspect of CSR. Introducing the
cutting edge of the American Black Theater through Culture-Commnications.