Join this deeply educational panel discussion and celebration of “Pan-Africanism and Decolonization Today: Lessons from the historic 1958 Conference.
A commemoration of the monumental life of Thomas Sankara by shining a light on the vibrant Pan-African movements unfolding in the global African community 30 years after his assasination.
A discussion unpacking the role of Black organized resistance in building an even broader independent movement that addresses the economic needs of all poor and working people and the escalating violence that accompanies the neo-liberal agenda.
A band and community organization straight from the barrios, dedicated to the socio-political and cultural changes in Venezuela today and playing an integral part in the advancement of urban artistic movements in Caracas.
During the last decade, Afro-Venezuelan communities, historically marginalized and forgotten in Venezuela, have increasingly begun to organize themselves and effectively impact progressive policy measures. The Institute for Policy Studies’ Foreign Policy in Focus project invites you to a brown bag discussion with Venezuelan Deputy Modesto Ruiz Espinoza, President of the Subcommittee on Legislation, Participation, Warranties, Duties and Rights of African descendants in the Venezuelan National Assembly.
Tajudeen Abdulraheem explains President Bush’s Africa trip itinerary.