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Presenting our Board Chair

Hon. Paula A. Cox CBE, Chair, is the former Premier of Bermuda. Currently, she serves as Corporate Counsel, ACE Limited. Hon. Paula Cox has been the leader of the Bermuda Progressive Labour Party (PLP) since 28 October 2010. She was appointed as the first PLP Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Public Safety. Following the […]

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Katrina Andry – ADC Visual Artist Leader – Initiating Cause and Effect

A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Katrina Andry received an MFA in Printmaking from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA in 2010. She currently works and lives in New Orleans where she maintains a studio in her home. Katrina’s work explores the negative effects stereotypes have on people of color. Where stereotypes are typically used […]

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ADC SELECTED RESOURCES   Select Recommended Resources Related to Educational and Economic Outcomes Across the African Diaspora   Ackah, W. (10 March 2014). There Are Fewer Than 100 Black Professors in Britain – Why? The Conversation.   Anderson, J. D. (1988). The Education of Blacks in the South, 1860-1935. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of […]

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ADC Photos

Dr. William Ackah, ADC Great Britain Partner, and Kassie Freeman

Celebrating after our May 15 planning meeting, hosted By Dr. Ernest Morrell, Teachers College, Columbia University

Dr. Michael Nettles - Kassie

Dinner Meeting

Kassie and Al (Afro-German)

Mardi Gras - New Orleans

Kassie Freeman and Jason Huges

Meet With Xavier University of Louisiana Leaders

Kassie - Dr. John Long (ADC Scholar) and Mrs John Long

Lunch in New Orleans

Kassie Freeman

Being supported by her Emory University Faculty

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ADC Team Enjoying Dinner In Washington DC

Jason

ADC Team Meeting in Washington DC

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ADC Team Meeting in Washington DC

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ADC Team Meeting in Washington DC

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ADC Team Meeting in Washington DC

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British Universities Need Black Studies |William Ackah

In the US, black students see their lives and their history reflected in their studies. The UK must follow suit In San Francisco in 1968 a group of primarily black students went on strike to demand that their college establish an academic programme that reflected their lives and experiences. Their demand was met, and San […]

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How To Bridge The African Diaspora Divide

Teresa Hillary Clarke, daughter of Audrey M. Clarke of Los Angeles, is a prominent African American businesswoman, entrepreneur and investment banker.  She has a lucrative career and extensive experience in financial management and international business. Growing up in California, Teresa H. Clarke comes from a line of prominent women being her mother and grandmother civil […]

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