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I See You, Sis! A Conversation with Sisters cross the African Diaspora

Sat, Feb 20 2021 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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About this Event

Join these women of the African diaspora as they discuss the many issues that they face.

In honor of 2021’s Black History Month theme on representation, identity, and diversity in the black family, we will be discussing the role of the extended family and fictive kinships, whether it still takes a village to raise one another, and the changing roles of women in our world today.

In the spirit of sisterhood,

we see you, sis!

Hosted by: Nkiru Obi

Panelist include:

Emmanuelle Milandou

Toynia Edmond

Keturah Clark-Weathers

Kathy

Nkiru is a global affairs scholar with a strong passion for education, women’s rights, and building bridges between the African diaspora. She is the host of Conversations from the Diaspora – a Building Africa’s Future podcast.

This podcast is dedicated to telling stories and sharing experiences from the perspective of African immigrants of the millennial generation and other generations across the African Diaspora.

ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS:

Afrimericanone is a Boston, MA based 501 c 3 non-profit organization.

‘Building Cultural Bridges in the African Diaspora through Education, Technology & Travel’.

Our goal is to be the #1 source of African Diaspora Cultural Education in the USA.

Our vision is a multicultural coalition built around African diaspora culture aka Afrimerica.

Visit our website: www.afrimericanone.org

(Text and image via Afrimerican Culture Initiative inc.)

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