AFRICA HISTORY MONTH IRELAND (AHMI) IN THE MONTH NOVEMBER
AHMI 2014 will celebrate the history, contribution, participation, heritage and impact of all Africans living in Ireland on a yearly bases in the month of November, to remember important people and events in the history of African diaspora. I am Susuana Olatunji Komolafe and I began the AHMI celebration in 2010 to stand for what I believe. There are changes around the world with the use of the Word Black/African
AHMI will take place in 5 counties: Cavan, Meath, Galway, Cork & Dublin.
Come and Join the planning team and committee for Africa History Month Ireland, November 2014. To book a stand @ The National Conference Africa History Month Ireland call us now on 0894776061.
The AHMI events will include:
Workshops in all five counties on the story of African origins.
Various African games for your entertainment.
Various African authors living here in Ireland and Northern Ireland will join us for a book fair, including readings and your chance to become an author.
The leading African media and Newspapers will be on hand to welcome contributors and cover all activities.
The Cavan/Meath Africa Film Festival.
Come on board, be part of the AHMI.
We will also be collaborating with the National Youth Council of Ireland in Celebrating 'One World Week', which focuses on youth, young people making a difference in their communities, and a special focus on African Youth called 'Inspiration from Africa', where young people will have the opportunity to showcase their various talents and strengths.
"Say No to Violence Towards Women"
Currently in Ireland, one in every eight pregnant women will suffer from some form of domestic abuse; we join forces with Women's Aid to create awareness during the event programme.
We are also launching our new Initiative 'Africa Caribbean Diaspora Men's Forum' to celebrate the men in our life, the impact of men in society, and working with positive men, helping to promote a positive image for African men, youth and boys.
"The mission is to help our community thrive economically, ecologically, educationally and culturally, advancing their knowledge within the society we live".
We will be using the funding provided for the venues, the artists who will appear at the film festival, coverage of the event in all locations, supporting the volunteers, transport, banners, flyers, promotion, photography, refreshments at the 5 locations, materials and administration costs for the specialists who will be providing the workshops.