US-AFRICA SYNERGY TO HOLD THE AFRICAN CULTURAL EVENING
The African Cultural Evening is a function to showcase the diversity and beauty of the African Culture, recognize the cultural awareness of African Youths and acknowledge the exemplary of African Leaders.
Scheduled on March 1, 2013 from 4:00 to 9:00 PM at Mason Hall, Baruch College (Lexington Avenue & 23rd Street) the African Cultural Evening will feature various cultural facets through Traditional Dances, Live Plays, Music, Poetry, Drawing and much more.
This event will serve also as the venue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the African Union while raising awareness of the perils of Female Genital Mutilation on the welfare our daughters, sisters and mothers in prelude of the International Day of Women.
The African Diaspora Community and the public at large are invited to this unique event with the ambition to uphold the African culture and increase the touristic attractiveness of African countries.
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US-Africa Synergy (USAS) is a New York City-based non-profit 501 (C) 3 organization dedicated to equip underprivileged African youth in the United States and Africa with requisite skills, tools, and knowledge to overcome socio-economic barriers and reach their full potential.
We believe African youth are invaluable assets and are key in attaining Africa’s gains in development, not only because of the large size of the youth population, but also because of their creativity, their drive, and their aspirations. Through our programs and services we:
Advocate for gender equality and youth empowerment;
Connect under- resourced youth in the U.S. and Africa with mentors and organizations that offer internships and scholarships;
Educate young women and provide them with life and professional skills, career guidance, knowledge and networks to meet their personal goals and aspirations while effectively contributing to the development of their communities.
US-Africa Synergy is run by a group of multi-talented and philanthropically minded professionals with backgrounds in the arts, business, international development, social entrepreneurship and more. Since 2010, with the support of private donors and sponsors, we have provided mentorship, counseling, internship opportunities, and career guidance to 100 men and 150 women aged between 18 and 32.