The Africa Soft Power Project in partnership with The Africa Center and other other organizations presents a first of its kind virtual convening of creative and technology leaders from across the globe.
Opening remarks made by The Africa Center CEO, Uzodinma Iweala at the ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the installation of our tribute to the BLACK LIVES MATTER movement on the windows of Aliko Dangote Hall facing the intersection of Museum Mile...
The Africa Center will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the installation of its new tribute to the BLACK LIVES MATTER movement on the windows of Aliko Dangote Hall facing the intersection of Museum Mile and Harlem.
Interdisciplinary institution focused on transforming narratives of Africa and its Diaspora welcomes global leaders in culture, business, and public policy to its board of directors led by Co-Chairs Hadeel Ibrahim, Chelsea Clinton, and Board President, Halima Aliko Dangote.
A letter from The Africa Center's CEO, Uzodinma Iweala on Black Lives Matter protests in the United States and the long quest for racial justice for people of African descent across the globe.
The Africa Center's CEO, Uzodinma Iweala speaks to BBC World News Focus on Africa.
Eight New York City museums are joining together to create the first ever day-long virtual Museum Mile Festival on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, from 9 am to 9 pm.
The Africa Center’s One on One interview series highlights the movers and shakers within the culture, business, and policy landscape of Africa and its Diaspora.
Wall Street Journal: Africa Center Gets $25 Million in Donations to Complete Vision