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Africa &Youth, African Americans Tour Africa! Int'l Youth Leadership Institute

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The Gist of Freedom

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FROM THE SOUTH BRONX TO SOUTH AFRICA. Global citizenship is more than a notion. African American and Latino students are among the groups least likely to participate in international study. We believe that has to change in order to cultivate visionary leaders in our community who value their culture, and who can bring global perspectives and strategies to the challenges we face. That is why we need your support. Please become an IYLI donor.

Join the founder of the International Youth Leadership Institute, Michael Webb and an IYLI fellow Zion Decoteau on The Gist of Freedom!

www.BlackHistoryUniversity.com

 

Watch The Vide! African Made Electric Car http://bit.ly/AfricanElectricCar

 

Tonight @ 8pm, join The Gist of Freedom as we discuss "FROM THE SOUTH BRONX TO SOUTH AFRICA" with the founder of the International Youth Leadership Institute, Michael Webb and an IYLI fellow 16 year old Zion!

Global citizenship is more than a notion. African American and Latino students are among the groups least likely to participate in international study.

We believe that has to change in order to cultivate visionary leaders in our community who value their culture, and who can bring global perspectives and strategies to the challenges we face. That is why we need your support. Please become an IYLI donor.

Join the founder of the International Youth Leadership Institute, Michael Webb and an IYLI fellow Zion on The Gist of Freedom!

www.BlackHistoryUniversity.com @GistofFreedom

The Kantanka Odeneho III is an electric SUV made by Great Kantanka Automobile Company in Ghana. From video journalist Thomas Bitlegma in Ghana.

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