Pan-Africanists Celebrate Thomas Sankara Legacy -- Washington, D.C.

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[Globsl: Africa]


Saturday, October 20th, 2012, the Revival of Panafricanism Forum organizes a conference “Panafrican Solutions to African Contemporary Global Problems” from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, at the Festival Center, 1640 Columbia Road NW, Washington, DC 20009.

Panafricanists and friends of Africa will also reflect on the legacy of Thomas Sankara, former president of Burkina Faso.  The speakers who will discuss the topic are: Aziz Salmone Fall, Ph.D., a Canadian-based Political Scientist, and Coordinator of the International Campaign Justice for Sankara, Mbye Cham, Ph.D., Chair of the African Studies Department at Howard University, and Mjiba Frehiwot, Ph.D., Organizer with A-APRP.

Please register for the conference at thomassankara.eventbrite.com

For more information about the conference, you may contact Akuba Manu: 202-257-7510; email: revivalofpanafricanism@gmail.com.  For any inquiry about the Revival of Panafricanism Forum, please visit www.revivalofpanafricanism.org.

The endorsing organizations for this conference are: The Friends of the Congo, The National Black United Front, and All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP). This conference is sponsored by African Diplomacy (www.africandiplomacy.com)

Come out and celebrate an African hero Thomas Sankara and have a taste of African cuisine.

GOD Redeem Africa!


"Speaking Truth To Empower."





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