Tag Archives: Diaspora

Caleb’s Corner Charities Event Supporting Ghana Projects

Caleb's Corner Charities

Caleb’s Corner Charities (CCC) will be organizing their 2nd annual 5k Run and 1 Mile Walk  at the Alice B. McCullough Field at Montgomery and the 8th St. Laurel,MD. Afua Addo-Abedi is Founder of CCC, she spoke to TheAfricanDream.net from the Washington DC area where she said this year’s 5k run and 1 mile walk will begin at 8AM on …

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David Adjaye: Architect Of US National Museum of African American History

David Adjaye

Name: David Adjaye Home: New York City and London Age: 50 Profession: Architect The National Museum of African American History and Culture, located along the Mall in Washington D.C. is finally here after eight years in the making — and David Adjaye, the architect behind the project can’t believe it’s actually done. “It’s been eight years in the making from …

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TheAfricanDream LLC Founder makes US-Ghana trip aboard South African Airways

South African Airways

Oral Ofori, Founder of TheAfricanDream LLC gives thumbs up to South African Airways (SAA) who were very instrumental in the facilitation of his business trip to Ghana in September 2016. Mr. Ofori is the Founder of TheAfricanDream LLC firm; an information and communication consultancy on African affairs based in the United States (US). On September 1, 2016, Mr. Ofori embarked …

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Bishop Adonteng embarks on pilgrimage to Jerusalem

Jerusalem

Bishop Dr. Kofi Adonteng Boateng of Divine Word International Ministries (DWIM) will in early October 2016 embark on a tour of the Holy city of Jerusalem and other biblical historical parts of Israel. Bishop Adonteng who confirmed the DWIM trip to TheAfricanDream.net in an interview at his US base in Springfield, Virginia, said he will be accompanied by some 130 Christian …

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US based Angelic Love Home Care sets eye on Ghana

Angelic Love Home Care

Olivia A. Semaha Co-Founder of Angelic Love Home Care (ALHC), a family-run and independently owned Non-Medical Home Care agency in Framingham, Massachusetts, in the USA says her institution which has been providing basic assistive comprehensive services to patients in American homes is now seeking to branch out into her native country of Ghana. In a conversation with TheAfricanDream.net Olivia said …

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First ‘Shepherd To Shepherd Network of Clergy’ Conference for USA

Bishop Boasiako

The Shepherd To Shepherd Network of Clergy (SSNC) will from September 23-25, 2016 hold its first Pastors and Leaders Conference in Springfield, Virginia at the Residence Inn, Marriott Hotel on 6412 Backlick Road in USA. Bishop Dr. Daniel M. Antwi Boasiako; Founder, president and general overseer of the Power of Faith International Ministries and founder of the SSNC tells TheAfricanDream.net that …

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Threads By Dreads Foundation Scholarship Offer In Ghana

scholarship

A sc­holarship offer to high school scholars in Ghana has been instituted by the outreach arm of ­T­h­r­eads by Dreads known as  Thre­ads by Dreads Foundation. Christiana Afotey, o­w­­­­ner and designer of the fashion brand ­T­h­r­eads by Dreads informed TheAfricanDream.net of this development. In a conversation with TheAfricanDream.net Christiana Afotey said “each scholarship goes towards ­the winning candidate’s tuition costs for any University …

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LaBré Fashion Collection Contributes To Ghana Economy

Breanna Moore, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) in Philadelphia USA launched the LaBré fashion line to increase economic growth in Ghana through job creation with Ghanaian inspired fabrics. LaBré employs local artisans in Ghana who hand make all of their apparels. Breanna studied twice in Ghana as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania, while in Ghana …

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What Is 4th Of July To African-Americans In USA?

The ‘What Is 4th Of July To African-Americans In USA?’ piece is by April Dokpesi and was published on VenturesAfrica July 4, 2015. The declaration of independence was signed on July 4th 1776, marking America’s independence from Britain. However, the Black man in America did not get his freedom until 1865 when slavery was abolished. For most Americans, the fourth of …

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Bishops Larbie and Boasiako in US say #Brexit sign of our times

Bishop Boasiako

Bishop Ebenezer Larbie and Bishop Dr. Daniel M. Antwi Boasiako based in the United States (U.S.) respectively, have said in a conversation with TheAfricanDream.net that #Brexit — the recent breakaway of Britain from the European Union (E.U.) — is a sign of our times as talked about in the Bible’s book of Revelations. The Bishops were in the Washington D.C. …

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