Although Africa is the cradle of humanity, it's significant contributions
to the world have often been ignored - or worse, attributed to other people –
resulting in a very distorted view of Africa and Africans.
This skewed perspective then informs and distorts relationships among
Africans as well as between Africans and non-Africans.
Africa has a lot to teach the world, and by educating ourselves about Africa’s
contributions, we are all empowered and uplifted, and we learn to see the
dignity and humanity in each other.
We also believe that long-ignored ancient African belief systems and philosophies,
such as Ubuntu, may hold the key to a better understanding between humans and a
more collaborative way of life on Earth – a profoundly different approach and a
departure from the rampant consumer-driven lifestyle that is wreaking havoc
on large swaths of humanity and the environment.
We present, emphasise, and celebrate all things African here, learning from the past
so that we can all have a brighter future.
We celebrate Africa and its people in a variety of ways, including (but not limited to)
festivals and exhibitions.
Be the Change
The change in the world you seek, starts with you.
Join us in our movement for creating a more knowledgeable and humane world.