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Africans Control Own Destiny

Africans Control Own Destiny

Ahead of African Union Heads of State Summit in The Gambia, Host President, Yahya Jammeh, shares views about Africa on ABN-America Show

 

Marketing Internship at Western Union

Marketing Internship at Western Union

The African Marketing department at Western Union last month announced its fall internship program. The internship gives the internship recipient an opportunity to spend four months working in the African…

Gitaa Elected to MIC Board of Directors

Gitaa Elected to MIC Board of Directors

Mshale Publisher, Tom Gitaa, was unanimously elected to the board of directors of the Minnesota International Center during a full board meeting held on June 20.…

Ringing Endorsement of MIC by Morocco’s Ambassador

Ringing Endorsement of MIC by Morocco’s Ambassador

Annual gala raises $160,000 for the center

 

Trapeze and aerial hoops accompanied with Moroccan chaabi (pop) hits, a ring of Moroccan scenic backdrops and art transformed a small corner of…

African Development Center Celebrates Success

African Development Center Celebrates Success

Says invested monies on clients up 1,900%

 

The African Development Center held its second annual celebration on June 3 to highlight its achievements for the past year. ADC is a…

Ideas, Experiences Abound at Minnesota African Women Conference

Ideas, Experiences Abound at Minnesota African Women Conference


The conference, aptly titled: African Women in the Diaspora: Empowering Women, Ensuring Africa’s future presented a diversity of African women. The conference was awash with bright colors, and laughter…

Ebenezer Church Breaks Ground on $5 million Sanctuary

Ebenezer Church Breaks Ground on $5 million Sanctuary

Liberians from many parts of the Twin Cities joined the congregation of Ebenezer Community Church and broke ground for the construction of a $5M church edifice. The program took place…

Liberia’s President Formally Launches Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Liberia’s President Formally Launches Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Minnesota Advocates will do US work

 

Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights announced on June 22 the launch of the US chapter of Liberia’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission during a news…

Body of Missing Somali Woman Found in the River

Body of Missing Somali Woman Found in the River

The body of a missing Somali woman surfaced in the Mississippi River on Monday (5/29), authorities said.…

Togolese Community Observes Independence Day

Togolese Community Observes Independence Day

The Togolese community in Minnesota with their invited guests celebrated their 46th independence anniversary at the Center for Families in North Minneapolis on April 27.

It was an evening of jubilation…

Klobuchar Meets with African Community Leaders

Klobuchar Meets with African Community Leaders

Promises to Restore “Honor and Integrity” to Washington

 

Amy Klobuchar believes that Americans are tired of the legend of lies from Washington and the policy fiasco on sensitive issues like Energy,…