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Listen to our March 6.2011 PerAnkhLIVE! broadcast in commemoration of Ghana's Independence Day ( 3.6.1957)

Our interview with Afrikan Unity of Harlem, Inc. has been rescheduled.  Keep looking at our blogs for an update of the new date for this historic interview! 

Afrikan Unity of Harlem Inc. [AUH] is an umbrella organizational catalyst that spearheads the empowerment and unity of African People worldwide. There are 4 pillars supporting this umbrella which are Charitable, Educational, Scientific, and Religious [CESR].  AUH is connected to the 55 countries of Africa (the 55th being the African Diaspora Sixth Region) through their embassies, missions, consulates, organizations and people of Africa, by keeping them informed of our events, invitations to participate in our community forums, letters of moral support, and community reports with recognition from the African Union [AU].

AUH was incorporated February 21, 2006 as a not for profit organization by Founder and President Brother Kassayi Hailu, an African born on the Continent, and Vice President Dr. James J. Graves, an African born in the Diaspora.  AUH organizers have produced 22 community programs and 4 international conferences centered on the crisis of the Horn of Africa along with other initiatives in alignment with the 4 organizational pillars [CESR].

AUH serves as a voting organizational member of PADU (Pan African Diaspora Union) and partners with SRDC (Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus). AUH's main objective is the establishment of The Center of Afrikan Unity in Harlem where "No matter where we are born, No matter what language we speak, No matter what religion we practice, We are One Afrikan People home and abroad and the center will provide a historical and cultural reflection of us all in one setting."

AUH will be a featured guest on PerAnkhLIVE on March 6th, 2011 @ 8amEST/9am AST

For more information visit AUH's Website: www.afrikanunityofharlem.com

Blogsite: http://www.afrikanunityofharlem.wordpress.com

Shared with PerAnkhLIVE with "Most Respect" via Sister Ivory Ann Black II Woletta Sellassie, AUH Executive Secretary in February 2011

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