The African Magazine

H.E. Dr. Erieka Bennett
Founder and Head of Mission, AUDAF

Welcome home to Africa

  Whether our ancestors left Africa as pre-Columbian explorers or in chains against their will, they passed down to their progeny a love of the motherland that endures to this day. The lure of......


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Dr. Maya Angelou

Africa celebrates Maya Angelou

By Pete Sesay The recent passing of African American celebrated poet, novelist, educator, dramatist, producer, actress, historian, filmmaker, and civil rights activist Maya Angelou, one of the most influential figures of our time, saddened......


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Peter Boss, a Danish lawmaker, kneels down to apologize to the descendants of slaves on behalf of Denmark, one of the European countries involved in the slave trade. Looking on were several conference participants, including bishop David T.P. Perrin, pastor of the Church of the Great Commission in Camp Spring, Maryland, U.S.A. (tall black man looking up with his eyes closed.)

Africans reconcile with the black Diaspora

Samir Ahmed BY SAMIR AHMED Slavery has probably been the most contentious and divisive issue between Africans and African Americans. Indeed, a significant number of African Americans hold grudges against their distant African “cousins”......


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