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Kenya Diaspora Conference Coming to Atlanta, Georgia June 24 Pan African Global Trade Conference Spokes of the Wheel: Building a Pan-Afrikan Cooperative Coalition in Maryland Soul Fusion Teaching Artist Kim Poole and the Teaching Artist Institute: Bringing the Diaspora Together through the Arts The Global Africa Diaspora Convention 2015
 
Kenya Diaspora Conference Coming to Atlanta, Georgia June 24 – 25

Kenya Diaspora Conference Coming to Atlanta, Georgia June 24 – 25

The Association of Kenya Diaspora Organizations, Inc. (AKDOi, http://akdoi.org) is sponsoring the 2016 Kenya Diaspora Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on June 24 and 25. Georgia Institute of Technology North Ave NW Atlanta, GA 30332 Friday, June 24, 2016 at 8:30 AM - Saturday, June 25, 2016 at 6:00 PM (EDT) About the Diaspora Conference Preamble […]

Pan African Global Trade Conference & Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus (SRDC) Summit: Coming in September 2016

Pan African Global Trade Conference & Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus (SRDC) Summit: Coming in September 2016

The Annual Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference is designed to establish a U.S. based public/private coalition to develop and implement policies and strategies for multilateral economic development and foreign direct investment between the African Continent, the African Diaspora and the United States. For additional information contact: Al Washington Conference Coordinator (626) 243-3614, (626) 381-9697 alwash9727@aol.com […]

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Spokes of the Wheel: Building a Pan-Afrikan Cooperative Coalition in Maryland

On Friday, January 29, 2016, the Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus (SRDC) hosted a discussion designed to encourage a more cooperative atmosphere among the Pan-Afrikan organizations in Baltimore, Maryland.  The event was named “Spokes of the Wheel” to describe a pictorial representation of how a variety of organizations with different missions, specialties and personalities might bring […]

Soul Fusion Teaching Artist Kim Poole and the Teaching Artist Institute: Bringing the Diaspora Together through the Arts

Soul Fusion Teaching Artist Kim Poole and the Teaching Artist Institute: Bringing the Diaspora Together through the Arts

  Baltimore’s best kept secret has never been louder. The statuesque soul fusion teacher artist, Ms. Kim Poole, has emerged from Baltimore’s underground music scene with a commanding presence. Her powerful sultry vocals and soul stirring storylines empowers women globally to celebrate their resilience and engage in cross-cultural communication thru music. Influenced by the musical styles […]

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The Global Africa Diaspora Convention 2015

Setting the Stage for Increased Diaspora Cooperation with the African Union November 27, 2015 “[T]he Economic, Social and Cultural Council [is] the organ that deals with civil society in the African Union.  They deal with non-state actors. … Your presence here is like a seat at the table, so I want to thank the Economic, […]

Role of Reparations in Black World Development

Role of Reparations in Black World Development

Guadeloupe Symposium Explores Stratégies for the Role of Réparations in Black World Development By: Al Washington, Executive Director Africa-USA Chamber of Commerce   On 15, 16 July 2011 on the beautiful Caribbean island of Guadeloupe the International Committee of Black People (CIPN), the Roots Association (Association Racines) and the International Movement for Reparations (MIR) organized […]

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The Case of Africville

The Case of Africville

Refusing reparations—The case of Africville, Nova Scotia By David L. Horne, Ph.D. Our Weekly Contributing Columnist Originally published in OUR WEEKLY, Aug 04, 2011 Practical Politics   Africville, Nova Scotia, Canada, the original Eastern Atlantic settlement of the country, has been internationally famous since the Denise Allen speech at the Non-Governmental Organization portion of the […]

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Black Canadians

Black Canadians: A Brief History Compiled by Ms. Sadie Kuehn, British Colombia, Canada. Black slavery arrived in what is now Canada shortly after is brought to North America. For 200 years, Black Canadian slaves were bought and sold at public auctions, whipped publicly, and, in some instances, tortured. So begins Colin Thomson’s (1979) book Blacks […]

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Nova Scotia Town Hall

Nova Scotia Town Hall

“Remember the Ant”: Town Hall Meeting Makes History North Preston, Nova Scotia, Canada In recognition of the United Nations declaring 2011, the “International Year for People of African Descent”, on August 22, 2011 at the North Preston Recreation and Community Centre, the African Nova Scotian Community made history by being the first in Canada to […]

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Race Men and Women

Race Men and Women

Notes on: RACE MEN AND RACE WOMEN LIVES AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF GREAT AFRICAN HISTORIANS: Abstract of a Slide-Presentation Lecture By Historian Dr. Runoko Rashidi “Let me forever be discarded by the Black race, and let me be condemned by the White, if I strive not with all my powers, if I put not forth all […]

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AU Diaspora Meeting

AU Diaspora Meeting

In February 2011, the African Union (AU) held the Technical Experts Meeting (TCEM) on the African Diaspora in Pretoria, South Africa.  Among the invited attendees were Pan African Elder Statesman Baba Dudley Thompson, SRDC’s International Facilitator Dr. David Horne, SRDC Representatives Oscar Braithwaite (Canada), Clariss Aline Diakite (Washington State),  Ron Kamau Taplin (Washington State) and […]

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What is SRDC? Who is SRDC?

What is SRDC? Who is SRDC?

Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus wishes to thank all participants, speakers, organizations, naysayers and passersby for attending and eagerly taking part in the Jan. 30, 2010 Town Hall/Forum recently at White Rock Baptist Church, Harlem NY. The following is the full text delivered by Sis. Iman Uqdah Hameen as the Welcoming Statement. “ Many of you […]

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Summer Youth Education-Seattle, WA

Summer Youth Education-Seattle, WA

SRDC – Washington State & Nu Black Arts West Theatre SUMMER YOUTH EDUCATION PROGRAM Class Schedule Orientation: Monday June 27, 2011, 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m Fridays: (Life Sciences) July 15th, 22nd, 29th August 5th and 12th 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Saturday Classes: (Economics, History, Literary Arts, Math) July 9th , 16th , 23rd , 30th […]

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African Nova Scotians in the Canadian Mosaic

African Nova Scotians in the Canadian Mosaic

African Nova Scotians in the Canadian Mosaic By Denise Allen African Nova Scotian Activist,  SRDC Nova Scotia(Canada) Facilitator The primary purpose of this article is to inform the readers irrespective of their race, ethnicity, religion, geographical location, socio-economic class background and/or political ideology that African Nova Scotians have been in this Canadian province for centuries, […]

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PerAnkh Radio w/Dr. ChinziRA & Dr. Horne

International Organizer Dr. David Horne is interviewed by Dr. ChinziRA of PerAnkh, St. Croix, St. Thomas on PerAnkhLIVE.  June 19, 2011 The following text is courtesy of PerAnkh. PerAnkhLIVE! SaAnkhtified Sundays highlights our ancient mission in contemporary times of “REHK DJESEK TEPI NEFER” a MdwNtr term meaning “Know Yourself for the Greatest/Highest Good.” Our invited […]

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