TAF Newsletter
May 19, 2005
Malcolm at 80

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TransAfrica Forum is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the general public – particularly African Americans – on the economic, political and moral ramifications of U.S. foreign policy as it affects Africa and the Diaspora in the Caribbean and Latin America.

TransAfrica Forum serves as a major research, educational, and organizing institution for the African-American community. Acting in concert with likeminded organizations and individuals, we sponsor seminars, conferences, community awareness projects, and training programs that promote U.S. policies that are supportive of human rights, democracy, and sustainable economic development.

TRANSAFRICA FORUM 2005 CALENDAR

This year TransAfrica Forum will mark the holiday season by introducing a beautiful 2005 Arthur R. Ashe, Jr. Foreign Policy Library commemorative wall calendar that highlights the dates African and African Diaspora nations won their independence from colonial rule or established their nationalism.

Each calendar page includes the full color images of the flags of each country celebrating their Independence or National Days that month. Each calendar page is also a reminder of the work that goes on globally to empower African peoples.

The calendar also includes a list of the countries, dates of their Independence / National holidays and the event marking the struggle or liberation.

Quantities are limited so order yours today!
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NEW REPORTS

A New Chapter in Venezuela? October 2004

Deter, Detain, and Return: The U.S. Immigration Policy for Haitian Refugees, May 2004

HAITI URGENT ACTION ALERT

September 24, 2004:
Urgent Action Alert:
Grant Haitian Refugees
Temporary Protective Status Now

Links to Caribbean Hurricane Relief Organizations

September 2004



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May 21, 2005
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presented by the Ralph Bunche International Affairs Center at Howard University and co-sponsored by the National Coalition on Caribbean Affairs, TransAfrica Forum, and United Nations Association of the National Capital Area

 


SAVE THE DATES!
June 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29, 2005
Fifth Annual DC CARIBBEAN FILMFEST 2005
in celebration of Caribbean Heritage Month, June 2005

 
     
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