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ADN Signs MOU with Akwamu State to secure land for HBCU Africa Innovation City Project in Ghana

Updated: Jun 9

-A Monumental City to the Enlightened Present and Future of African African Diaspora Collaboration - a network of physical and virtual assets across Africa and it’s Diaspora committed to the cause of Human Development.

Objective

According to Kwabena Boateng, Founder/President of African Diaspora Nation and Architect/Chair of the HBCU Africa Homecoming Initiaite, the HBCU Africa Innovation City will be:

- A city with a culture of innovation in STEAAM and the arts that represents all that is true and lasting value in ancient AFRICAN culture, beliefs and creativity as well as modern African Diaspora Culture, beliefs and creativity.

- A citadel of innovation that represents the output of the best minds in Africa and it’s diaspora working in concert within the context of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

- A citadel of scholarship, research and practice that architects and upholds an economic system that respects the dignity of the person and the principles of Social and Economic justice


Who it will serve:

Faculty, students, industry, policy makers from the following constituencies:

HBCU and Centers of Excellence in the US Educational System

Centers of Excellence in the Afro- Brazilian Education System

Centers of Excellence in the Carribean Educational System

Centers of Excellence in the African Educational System


Learn more at the HBCU Africa Homecoming Media Launch being headlined by Ambassador Andrew Young on March 6th in Atlanta. See below.




Register for media here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hbcu-africa-homecoming-ghana-2020-us-media-launch-tickets-96485929011?utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new_event_email&utm_term=viewmyevent_button



Media Contact Information African Diaspora Nation 950 Eagles Landing Parkway, Suite 686 Stockbridge Ga 30281 Attn: Kwabena Boateng

kboateng@africandiasporanation.org


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