Diaspora Spotlight

FRED SWANIKER - As someone who lived and grew up in various parts of the continent, Fred recognized the impact of education in transforming society and chose to follow the examples of educational entrepreneurs in his family...


How do we make our voices heard as Black immigrants about the issues that matter most to us: like resources for our communities and immigration reform?.…

African Diaspora for Change and Diaspora Events

Arts & Crafts Projects, Music Lessons, Movement (Sports & Dance), Cooking, Culture Explore, and Field Trips help to bring Peace thru Culture's Curriculum to Life! Youth must be a DC resident and between the ages of 8-12 to participate. Register today! Only 40 spots available.

African Diaspora for Change and Diaspora Events

Datum Recruitment Services recruits for jobs in Africa with leading Organisations, helping to build careers for talented individuals across the Continent


The Annual AGOA Civil Society Forum was hosted in Washington, DC from June 11-15, 2012.

As a member of the organizing committee, ADC's President got a first hand look at what kind of impact this legislation has made since it was enacted in 2000. Up for renewal in 2015, there has been debate about AGOA's effectiveness in its current form. Read More>>


As ADC ramps up our outreach efforts for our Beyond the Vote Initiative, we want to keep abreast of the latest news on the immigration front.  

elinor tesfamariamClick here to read the following article by Elinor K. Tesfamariam, Esq. to find out more about this new policy enacted June 15, 2012 by the Obama administration.