Film: The Neo-African Americans

In the spirit of African Liberation Day, IPS’ Foreign Policy In Focus project will hold a screening of, The Neo-African-Americans, about how rapid, voluntary immigration from Africa and the Caribbean is transforming the “African-American” narrative.

An Evening Talk with Visiting Afro-Venezuela Students

An Evening Talk with Visiting Afro-Venezuela Students

Venezuela has designated the month of May, the same month as the historic African Liberation Day, as Afro-Venezuelan Month. Afro-Venezuelan communities have been historically marginalized and forgotten in Venezuela. However, the country’s Bolivarian Revolution has increasingly seen this sector of the population organize and effectively impact progressive policy measures. The Institute for Policy Studies’ Foreign Policy in Focus project and Cimarrones-Howard University invites you to a brown bag discussion with Roraima Yurimar Gutierrez Moreno and John Daniel Morocoima Gudino. Both will be speaking about Afro-Venezuelan culture, education and social movements in Venezuela, particularly among the country’s youth.

A Lunch Time Talk with Visiting Afro-Venezuela Students

A Lunch Time Talk with Visiting Afro-Venezuela Students

Venezuela has designated the month of May, the same month as the historic African Liberation Day, as Afro-Venezuelan Month. Afro-Venezuelan communities have been historically marginalized and forgotten in Venezuela. However, the country’s Bolivarian Revolution has increasingly seen this sector of the population organize and effectively impact progressive policy measures. The Institute for Policy Studies’ Foreign Policy in Focus project and Cimarrones-Howard University invites you to a brown bag discussion with Roraima Yurimar Gutierrez Moreno and John Daniel Morocoima Gudino. Both will be speaking about Afro-Venezuelan culture, education and social movements in Venezuela, particularly among the country’s youth.

Brown Bag Discussion: Venezuelan Deputy Modesto Ruiz On Afro-Venezuelans

Brown Bag Discussion: Venezuelan Deputy Modesto Ruiz On Afro-Venezuelans

During the last decade, Afro-Venezuelan communities, historically marginalized and forgotten in Venezuela, have increasingly begun to organize themselves and effectively impact progressive policy measures. The Institute for Policy Studies’ Foreign Policy in Focus project invites you to a brown bag discussion with Venezuelan Deputy Modesto Ruiz Espinoza, President of the Subcommittee on Legislation, Participation, Warranties, Duties and Rights of African descendants in the Venezuelan National Assembly.