Engaging with the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit

The Center for African Studies at Howard University is engaging diverse perspectives and diaspora voices in the conversation, prior, during and post the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit which President Biden hosted with leaders from across the African continent in Washington, DC on December 13-15, 2022.

2023 Event Series

Together with George Washington University's Institute for African StudiesHoward University's Center for African StudiesAfrican Centre for the Study of the U.S., University of the Witwatersrand, JohannesburgAnnenberg Center for Communication Leadership and Policy, University of Southern California; and Public Diplomacy Council of America, we are hosting a series of forums during the 2023 Spring semester, following the 2022 US-Africa Leaders Summit

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Co-Hosted Summit Sideline Events:

African Languages Translation Initiative

Howard faculty and students translate the "U.S. Strategy toward Sub-Saharan Africa" into critical African languages.

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HBCU-Africa Correspondents Corps

HBCU-Africa reporters and commentators will provide coverage before, during and after the Summit.

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