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Daylight Africa celebrates 20th anniversary of African Union in Gambia – The Point – The Point

| September 21, 2022

The 20th anniversary of the AU also witnesses the launching of the Daylight Africa Scholarship. Claude Koudor, Political Advisor of ECOWAS who was speaking on behalf of the President of ECOWAS Commission, Dr Omar Alieu Touray and the ECOWAS Resident Representative in the country, said: It is an honour for ECOWAS to be invited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Gambians Abroad, in collaboration with the African Union Day Foundation, as special envoy to deliver a statement commemorating the 20th anniversary of the transformation of African Union from the Organisation of African Unity, and also to celebrate our brothers and sisters who are living in the Diaspora and are contributing tremendously to the political and social-economic stability of Africa. The ECOWAS Political Advisor thus expressed appreciation to the AU, UNDP, and African Diaspora based in New York City, USA for the laudable initiative of organising such kind of ceremony in The Gambia, saying: You made no mistake for organising such kind of forum in the country.

Actor-producer is on mission to tell real-life stories about the Latino diaspora without stereotypes – syracuse.com

| September 8, 2022

Editors note: This is the second in a series of stories about how Latinos are redefining narratives within Hollywood. Click here to read the first in our series. Both pieces first appeared on palabra, the digital news site by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists

Katherine Leung Talks About Her ‘Canto Cutie’ Zine, Which Celebrates the Cantonese Diaspora – Seven Days

| September 8, 2022

While walking among the Bookstock festival exhibitors lining the Woodstock green in June, I had an epiphany: The most vibrant literary magazine published in Vermont today is a bilingual, international art zine about the Cantonese diaspora. It's called Canto Cutie.

Arts On Site Presents The Diaspora Fest: A Celebration Of Black Performing Artists – Broadway World

| September 8, 2022

Arts On Site (AOS) has announced September performances, featuring dance, music, and film in the heart of the East Village at Studio 3R, 12 St. Mark's Place, NYC. Tickets start at $30 and can be purchased online at artsonsite.org/tickets

Proxy Indians: Diaspora success stories should give rise not to rejoicing but to regret for talent lost to us – Times of India

| September 8, 2022

In the event, Rishi Sunak was pipped at the post in the British PM Stakes. A win would have earned him a place in history as the first person of Indian origin, with an Indian passport-holder spouse to boot, to occupy Number Ten, Downing Street

People of Indian Diaspora including J&K have become most prosperous group in the world: LG – Greater Kashmir

| September 8, 2022

The LG said that the unprecedented change taking place in J&K was also helping promote cultural activities. A cinema hall is opening this month after three decades. The culture of organising literary festivals and art camps has picked up across J&K.

UN Honours the Contributions of the African Diaspora – IDN InDepthNews | Analysis That Matters

| September 8, 2022

By J Nastranis NEW YORK (IDN) The murder of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, on May 25, 2020, in the US city of Minneapolis, galvanized people worldwide to protest racism and racial discrimination and prompted important global discussions on racial justice.

The Race for the Votes from BiH and the Diaspora begins – Sarajevo Times

| September 8, 2022

The pre-election campaign in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) officially starts on Friday.

The African Diaspora: We are family – The Voice Online

| September 6, 2022

The Voice: You recently called for stronger relations with Ghana; do you see trade and diplomatic links building between Barbados indeed the whole Caribbean region and African nations? Mia Amor Mottley: Yes, I am very pleased to see the growth and the strengthening of trade and diplomatic links between the Caribbean region and the African continent.

There is no institutional Connection between the State of BiH and the Diaspora – Sarajevo Times

| September 6, 2022

As a result of the recent emigration, the diaspora from Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is becoming more and more numerous every year. According to estimates available in official data, the Agency for Statistics of Receiving Countries and Diplomatic-Consular Representations of BiH in the world, it is estimated that at least two million people from BiH live in emigration. However, there is no accurate data because there is no necessary diaspora registry either


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