The Health and Wellness Initiative of the African Leadership Group (ALG) hosted an informative Zoom forum on COVID-19 on June 13. Over 50 people joined. The event opened with Papa Dia welcoming participants to this...
The COVID19 pandemic demands physical distancing. Thus, we all need to do our best to protect ourselves, our loved ones, and people in our social communities and our professional organizations. Although COVID19 mandates physical distancing worldwide, it is essential to maintain the social connection with people within our communities for such a connection constitutes a deep-rooted value common to most African cultures.
This is a collection of personal stories, reflections, and perspectives on this critical time in America by members, friends and allies of the ALG community.
Listening to the seventh graduating class of the African Leadership (ALG) public speaking program Tuesday evening brought out goose bumps and blew me away. Calling it amazing understates the impact.
Here are a couple of emotional highlights from the recent ALG public speaking class graduation ceremony.
A new study, focused on how Denver schools should work with parents as partners, has just been released. It is worth reading.
As COVID-19 has swept across the globe, the African immigrant community in metro Denver has not been spared. As I write this, in late May, 25 members of the African Leadership Group have tested...