AAI will launch in January a yearlong Speaker Series to provide an engaging platform for issues relevant to U.S. policy towards Africa and African domestic policies.
The Africa-America Institute will hold a timely and informative panel discussion on January 30 from 6:30-8:30pm in New York City to explore the challenges and economic potential of President Barack Obama’s “Power Africa” Initiative.
Vivian Lowery Derryck, President of the Africa-America Institute from 1989 to 1996 and President of The Bridges Institute, presents a personal remembrance of South African President Nelson Mandela and his connection to AAI.
The date for the Chinua Achebe Leadership Forum featuring a panel discussion with Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama and AAI President and CEO Amini Kajunju has changed to Monday, Dec. 9 at Bard College.
Amini Kajunju, President and CEO of The Africa-America Institute, issued a statement on the passing of South African President Nelson Mandela.
AAI President & CEO Amini Kajunju was named as one of Forbes Magazine’s “20 Young Power Women In Africa 2013”.
AAI President and CEO Amini Kajunju will join Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama on a panel discussion on women’s role in Africa’s development at the inaugural Chinua Achebe Leadership Forum Lecture on December 10 at Bard College.
AAI President and CEO Amini Kajunju and Nobel Laureate Leymah Roberta Gbowee were among distinguished honorees at the African Diaspora Awards on November 30 in New York City.