How are we contributing to our future generations in the African Diaspora?

Join the discussion of: Emerging intellectual leaders’ responsibility to African-American, West Indians, and Africans: How are we contributing to our future generations in the African Diaspora?

Sub-Saharan Africa Harvard Alumni Director Michelle Montague-Mfuni (AB ’90, from Johannesburg, South Africa) and Jamaican- American Author Karl A. Mitchell (Afrika’s Struggle: His Experiential Journey) invite the Harvard community to join them in a Black History month group discussion.

How are we contributing to our future generations in the African Diaspora?Michelle will facilitate this discussion utilizing her 20 years’ experience working in finance and strategic consulting from Wall Street to Africa-outlining potential business opportunities.

How are we contributing to our future generations in the African Diaspora?Karl’s new book (historical fiction) tells the story of a young boy, taken from Africa as a slave in the 18th century, who becomes a leader in spite of the many rivers to cross…to freedom.

 

 

The group discussion will be held on Thursday, February 4, 2016 at Harvard Square
(venueTBD), Cambridge, MA, from 4 PM to 6 PM.

RSVP- huasaboard@gmail.com by January 29, 2016
Contact: Michelle Montague-Mfuni, AB ’90, Director
Email: huasaboard@gmail.com


How are we contributing to our future generations in the African Diaspora?

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