Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus
“The prime directive of the Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus is to provide a coherent organizational voice for Diasporan participation in the African Union; to establish and maintain that participation at a high quality, well-informed, diplomatic and strategic level; to provide a tangible vehicle for focusing the resourcefulness, expertise and experience of Diasporans on defining a stronger, more positive African future; and to be a consistent, reliable reference point for AU-Diasporan networking, partnership and collaboration.” (2013 SRDC Mission Statement)
Pan African Diaspora Union
A “super-coalition” consisting of 14 founding Pan-Afrikan organizations. PADU works toward the common goals of its organizational members to bring Pan-Afrikan unity to the Afrikan Diaspora and the Mother Continent.
Pan African Business and Trade Centers
Souls of Life Society
Dedicated to the positivity of Love that life does offer, We of the SOULS OF LIFE SOCIETY vow to unite for the good of mankind, knowing that there is help, support and strength in numbers. We acknowledge that weaknesses only exist through the factors and effects of being disconnected from our spiritual connectedness. We henceforth no longer desire weaknesses of any form as acceptable!
Bro. King Obadele
Founder, SOULS OF LIFE SOCIETY
Harambee Radio Network
The global goal of the Harambee Radio network is to enlighten and help insure the optimum progress for the mind, body and soul, featuring thought-provoking commentary from the most respected activists and artists from all over the world.
Mumia Abu-Jamal is an African-American writer and journalist, author of six books and hundreds of columns and articles, who has spent the last 30 years on Pennsylvania’s death row and now general population, wrongfully convicted and sentenced for the murder of Philadelphia Police Officer, Daniel Faulkner. His demand for a new trial and freedom is supported by heads of state, nobel laureates, distinguished human rights organizations, scholars, religious leaders, artists, scientists and activists. The Web Site is administered by the Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition (NYC) and the International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal (ICFFMAJ).
The Jericho Organization
The Philadelphia Middle Passage Ceremony & Port Marker Project is leading the movement to conduct an Ancestral Remembrance Ceremony at Penn’s Landing. Our purpose is to acknowledge Penn’s Landing, and other locations on the Delaware River, as among the over 40 major ports of entry into the US for Africans during the transatlantic human trade; to commemorate the millions of Africans who perished in the Middle Passage; and to establish markers, memorials and commemorations in their memory. We celebrate the triumphant survival of the descendants of those Africans, and their contributions to this nation. Finally, we call for healing and hope for future generations. The Web Site includes Recent Announcements, a Schedule of Events, an introduction to the organizational team and supporters, and contact information.
The Soul School Institute
Afrikan Heritage Walk-A-Thon
The fourth Saturday in May brings the annual Afrikan Heritage Walk-A-Thon to Baltimore, Maryland. The participants in the walk begin at the Historic Great Blacks In Wax Museum in East Baltimore and complete their journey at Coppin State University in West Baltimore. Funds raised during the Walk-A-Thon go to help a variety of grassroots efforts to bring Afrikan-centered education to the youth of Baltimore, also known as “Harriet Tubman City” to the activist community. For more information on this annual event, contact the Afrikan Heritage Walk-A-Thon on Facebook: www.facebook.com/afrikanheritagewalkathon, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PanAfrikan Liberation Movement
Urban Youth Initiative Project
Maggie Quille Druid Heights Community Center
Our mission is to cause, encourage and promote community self-empowerment through the development of economic, educational, employment and affordable housing opportunities.