When I started the public speaking class, I intended to use it to connect with people, to network with people. But to my amazement, what I actually got was a family.
"Our Leadership Africa class is a community in and of itself. We all come from different places and different communities, and when we enter class, we are a community of our own."
If you ask a student like me how it feels like being placed on lockdown for a year and basically being forced to be independent and responsible for your own education whilst navigating the passageways of both young adulthood and high school I would tell you honestly it was hard, it was challenging, it was something different.
"I wouldn’t say things are back to normal, in fact I don’t think we know what normal is anymore."
The African Leadership group’s biggest and best Afrik Impact ever came to a rousing conclusion on the evening of August 27 at the Denver Botanic Gardens.
The African Leadership Group’s 2022 Afrik Impact Celebration kicked off July 29 with an exuberant Youth Empowerment celebration at the Denver Botanic Gardens, with the theme of “Growing up African in America.”
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As a parent I’m happy my kids were able to go back into school and be in person for their learning. I see the difference in my kids' learning compared to last year.
Denver Botanic Gardens CEO Brian Vogt and Nadine Robbins, a recruiting and HR specialist, want members of the ALG community to know that they should look to the gardens for employment opportunities as well a place for healing.