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THE AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA

The African Association of Georgia


AAGa (The African Association of Georgia) was conceived at the Atlanta City Hall in June 1990 to plan Atlanta's native African participation in the reception of anti-apartheid leader, Nelson Mandela.

After much debate, the concept of AAGa transformed into an organization that will not only address the needs of the native African community in Georgia, but one that will also build and promote goodwill and understanding among all African peoples, and the larger Georgian community.

AAGa was incorporated a year later in June 1991, as a non-profit corporation in the state of Georgia.