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Event:
African Youth Forum
Date:
March 24, 2018 11:00 am
Cost:
$0
Category:
Organizer:
United African Organization
Phone:
3129499980
services@uniteafricans.org
Updated:
January 19, 2018
Venue:
United
Phone:
3129499980
Address:
4910 S. King Drive, 1st Floor, Chicago, IL, 60615, United States

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The African Youth Forum is recognized as a unique event that brings together high-school and college-age youth of color to dialogue around key issues in their communities. The African Youth Forum raises awareness and support for young people of color from African immigrant, African-American, and other immigrant communities to build understanding of each others’ points of view through dialogue, and in the process find common ground, strengthens ties, and promote cultural, educational and leadership development. Each of the main topic will be dealt with in a discussion session. The Forum will also feature drama, music and spoken-word poetry performances. Participants will also get a chance to learn more about Africa. For more information, email: events@uniteafricans.org or call 312.949.9980

Register for the African Youth Forum

Register Now! We look forward to seeing you on March 24th!

Agenda

Rich sessions and Networking 

Imagine this: A forum that offers unique conversations between African immigrant and refugee youth and Native African-American youth infused with a truly social experience.
We also appreciate your desire to connect with peers. You’ll enjoy extensive networking opportunities.
You’ll choose from expert-led sessions on current issues faced by the youth. Topics to be discussed include:

Schedule at a Glance 

Here’s an overview of the schedule:

10:00 AM – Registration Begins

11:00 AM – Program Begins

3:00 PM – The End

Speakers

Meet your speakers

You’ll rub shoulders with ONLY the best.
Here’s a list of presenters from the African Youth Forum held in 2016:

THE EXPERIENCE

Read this article: West Side Teens Make Global Connections at African Youth Forumby Vickie Casanova Willis See Photos