ALG is an established Colorado nonprofit of 15 years created to serve the entire African immigrant community to help improve their quality of life. We do it through social, education and economic programs such as youth empowerment and public speaking classes reaching thousands of individuals. Every year during the month of August, we celebrate loudly and proudly the impact African immigrants have in the state of Colorado.
Education & Youth
The African Leadership Group is offering a three-session workshop for students and parents who need to learn how to navigate the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The Denver Public Schools district is OK, but it is the area where you live that makes a difference.
ALG interviewed Dr. Anne Keke last week about her experiences running for office, what she learned, and what her top priorities are as she begins her board service on November 30.
When it comes to providing quality educational opportunities for our students, we have an opportunity before us right now. Vote yes on Prop. 119.
There are pivotal school board elections in Denver and Aurora, and a statewide ballot issue that, if passed, would provide funding for out-of-school tutoring and enrichment services for children ages 5-17.
More than 200 people tuned in on Tuesday night to hear a conversation between the Colorado League of Charter Schools, the Aurora-based African Leadership Group, community members and 11 candidates for the Denver Public Schools board of education.
The African Leadership Group is pleased to announce its upcoming Homeownership and Financial Workshop, an in-person event to be held the evening of Thursday,...
Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock MICHAEL B. HANCOCK is Denver's 45th mayor, and second African American to hold this position. Raised in the Mile High...
The African Leadership Group will hold a Covid-19 Vaccination Educational Forum in early April, and we want to know what questions you have for...