All across the US, there are many vibrant communities of African Diaspora groups organized predominantly along interests such as hobbies, professions, socioeconomic, and national/geographical alignments. Although there is an age-long aspiration among the various African Diaspora groups to come together and foster one voice, this aspiration has, historically, not been achieved.
The purpose of the GHEP’s African Diaspora Program (GADP) is to provide a non-partisan, non-affiliated platform for all African Diaspora to mutually engage in addressing social, cultural, and other civic participation and civic education issues that affect all their peoples who live and call US home.
As a non-partisan, non-political, non-religious organization, GHEP offers a neutral platform for all African Diaspora people to come together and discuss issues of mutual interest that fosters the interest of the communities and ensure that they all tap in the opportunities available for every US citizen.
To be a platform to provide the platform for all Africa Diaspora people to come together GHEP is not an organization and our diaspora program is not advocating the abolition of
The goals of the GADP are to:
- Serve as a public health information clearing house providing African-centric and culturally sensitive health and social services information;
- Host programs for intercultural dialogue comprising of different cultures and peoples;
- Host an international diaspora summit;
- Host a non-partisan African Diaspora think-tank that provides intellectual research and advise on issues affecting African issues internationally;
- Build an African Diaspora cultural center that is freely accessible to all Africa diaspora communities;
- Host an African art and cultural exhibition to showcase the many cultural heritages of people of African origin;
- Host art exhibitions for visiting African artists of different artistic genre where they will get an international exposure to US art lovers and admirers;
- Host civic engagement, non-partisan voter education, and leadership engagement programs
For more information about the GADP or any of our diaspora programs, please contact us.