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.
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.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org by January 29, 2016
Contact: Michelle Montague-Mfuni, AB ’90, Director