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About Friends of the African Union Bermuda-Americas Bureau

Friends of the African Union Bermuda-Americas Bureau Aware of the rich and diverse human and institutional resources at the grassroots level, the new African Union is devoted to building strong partnerships between the governments and all segments of the society. The impulse is not for the African Union to organize civil society. Rather the organizing principle of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council [ECOSOCC] of the African Union is one in which civil society would organize themselves to work with the Organization. The Friends of the African Union has taken organization of this civil society in the USA. Friends of the African Union is a economic, social, humanitarian, charitable, educational and new media civil-society ruling body founded in 2012. Five Points Youth Foundation, a 501c3 California non-profit corporation licensed the Friends of the African Union Bermuda-Americas Bureau on June 19, 2015 to materialize the 2012 appointment by the Friends of the African Union (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friends_of_the_African_Union) Based in South Los Angeles, California, FAU-Bermuda-Americas authored the Kwanzaa Accord 2020 & Sankofa Renaissance 2063 to align the energies and efforts of the Diaspora community worldwide through the Leimert Park / Baldwin Hills Census Tract, representing the one of the highest per-capita Census Tract for African Americans with the "last" cultural hub for African Americans in the Western United States through neighborhood empowerment through economic development by stimulating cultural travel, trade and tourism locally, nationally and globally. Andrew Williams, Jr. Director faubermuda@gmail.com Skype: andrew.williams.jr WhatsApp/Mobile: +01-213-884-0919
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