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March 2014, WASHINGTON D.C IN PICTURES
Late Dr. Dorothy I. Height (Former President of the National Council of Negro Woman) and Patricia Secke president of Africa Femmes Performantes, Inc.
Today, the recognition of the Diaspora by the African Union as the 6th region of Africa is an acknowledgement of common historical, cultural and religious links with the continent. Since it is now considered as one of the regions of the African Union, the Diaspora must therefore be directly involved in the activities of the African Union and vice versa. Through this effort, Africa aims to contribute to the revival of Africans all over the world.
The same intense desire for freedom, equality and brotherhood led to the very first important gathering of black women, which took place in 1935 under the leadership of Dr. Dorothy I. Height, President of the National Council of Negro Women in the USA; then in Martinique in 1945 Paulette Narda encouraged women to take their future into their own hands. Read More