NAKS (Na Afrikan Kulturu fu Sranan) ( English: Our African Culture of Suriname) is a social and cultural organization which promotes Afro-Surinamese culture and expression in Suriname and worldwide. The organisation was founded in 1948 with Eugène Drenthe as its first president, when it emerged as the successor of association football club T.O.P. (Tot Ons Plezier) which was founded a year prior.
Originally a multi-sports club, NAKS (then known as Na Arbeid Komt Sport) eventually evolved into a social and cultural organization promoting language, sports, music, arts and crafts of the African diaspora. Headquartered in Paramaribo, it also runs the NAKS Volkshogeschool (formerly known as the Volkshogeschool Kofidjompo) located in Lelydorp.