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African Diaspora Leaders in Central America

Highlights of the lives, visions, achievements, policies, and strategies of contemporary African Diaspora leaders in Central America.

Details of horrific first voyages in transatlantic slave trade revealed

Exclusive: As the world ignores the ignominious 500th anniversary of the buying and selling of slaves between Africa and the Americas, historians uncover its first horrific voyages

Why and How the Global Diaspora Should Advocate for the Development of their Nations

Each country should have advocacy centers where they should be training and educating their diaspora in helping them carry their developmental agendas. Governmental agencies (e.g. consulates and embassies) should be highly involved in this kind of advocacy initiatives.

Why does Africa Weep and Deteriorate? Real Causes and Solutions to African Impoverishment

After decades of independence, economic development in African countries continues to lag behind. However, several models and ideologies of development have been applied. Are...

Sidney Francis Martin – African Diaspora in Nicaragua

Consultant, Accountant, Politician, Activist, Strategist, Founder of the Central American Black Organization, Coordinator of 40 civil society organizations NGO network in the Southern Caribbean Autonomous Region

The Most Influential Contemporary African Diaspora Leaders

In this comprehensive reference and background book, Dr. Roland Holou (www.RolandHolou.com) highlights the lives, visions, achievements, policies, and strategies of exceptional contemporary African Diaspora leaders across...

African Diaspora in Barbados (Caribbean) – Dr. Sir Hilary McDonald Beckles

African Diaspora in Barbados (Caribbean). Chairman of the Caribbean Community Commission on Reparation and Social Justice, Chancellor of the University of the West...

Dr. Augustine (Gus) Gregory John – African Diaspora in the UK and Grenada

International Consultant & Executive Coach, Honorary Fellow and Associate Professor, Award-winning Writer, Education Campaigner

Prof Verene A. Shepherd – African Diaspora in Jamaica (Caribbean)

Vice Chair of the CARICOM Reparation Commission, former Member of the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent at the United Nations

Dr. Júlio Cesar de Souza Tavares – African Diaspora in Brazil (South America)

Professor at the Federal University of Fluminense in Brazil, Board Member of the Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora

Dr. Edna Roland – African Diaspora in Brazil (South America)

Leader of the Brazilian Delegation to the UN Third World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination

Dr. Edvaldo Mendes (Zulu) Araújo – African Diaspora in Brazil (South America)

President of Palmares Cultural Foundation at the Ministry of Culture in Bahia (Brazil). Specialist in Politics and Culture.
The Most Influential Contemporary African Diaspora Leaders

Outstanding Contemporary African Diaspora Leaders

African leaders who have brought about enormous and rare progress that would have been impossible without their leadership, including economic and political development of Africa and its Diaspora

Esther Roniyah Stanford-Xosei – African Diaspora in UK, Guyana and Barbados

African Diaspora in United Kingdom, Guyana (South America) and Barbados (Caribbean).

Dr. Christiane Taubira – African Diaspora in French Guiana (South America) and in France...

Well known for the “Taubira Law” Voted by the French Republic to Recognize that the Transatlantic Slave Trade is a Crime Against Humanity.

Prof. Antumi Toasijé – African Diaspora in Colombia and Spain

Director, Politologist, Published Author, Teacher, Scholar, Historian, Pan-African Activist of Afro-Spaniard

Dr. Zélia Amador de Deus – African Diaspora in Brazil (South America)

Professor at the Federal University of Pará/UFPA. President of the Brazilian Association of Black Researchers

Address by Sir Hilary Beckles, chair of the CARICOM Reparations Commission to the NAARC’s...

The social, economic and psychological wounds of slavery have been passed on down through the generations; open wounds that remain raw and continue to fester. Between the 16th and 19th centuries some 15 million captured Africans were shipped to the Caribbean, Latin America and North America on 36,000 slaving voyages. Millions more perished on the long and tortuous boat trips from Africa to the Americas.

Dr. Ron Daniels – African Diaspora in New York, USA (North America)

Founder and President of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century, Distinguished Lecturer at York College City University of New York

Dr. Julius Winston Garvey – African Diaspora in the USA and in Jamaica (Caribbean)

Founder and Medical Director of Garvey Vascular Specialists in New York, Champion of many Africa Health, Social, and Developmental Causes

DiasporaEngager: African Corporate Excellence Awards Winner

Following months of vote counting, research and analysis, DiasporaEngager (The Premier International Diaspora Engagement Social Media Platform – https://www.diasporaengager.com) has been named a Winner in...

NEW YORK’S COVID-19 OUTBREAK CAME FROM EUROPE AND INSIDE AMERICA SAY REPORTS

Photo Credit: Global Diaspora News (www.GlobalDiasporaNews.com). Two separate research projects suggest that the novel coronavirus may have been circulating in New York City earlier than...

Top Secrets To Find and Engage With The Global Diaspora

Greetings from DiasporaEngager, www.DiasporaEngager.com, the world’s #1 and largest diaspora engagement network platform! Today, we would like to share with you some of the secrets that many...

Involvement of the Diaspora in Healthcare Reform in Africa

Without a doubt, Africa is being torn apart by many political problems indeed, but the recent Ebola outbreak was very catastrophic. This sad situation...

Hommage du Président Daniel Edah à l’éminent Professeur Albert Tévoédjrè (10 Novembre 1929 –...

Cher Professeur Albert Tevoedjre,Cher Papa,Cher Frère Melchior, J'ai appris que vous êtes reparti au Seigneur tôt le 06 novembre 2019. Je viens de m'en rendre...