The Center for African Studies co-hosted a series of panels and discussions during the U.S.-African Leaders Summit that President Biden hosted with leaders across the African continent in Washington, D.C. on December 13-15, 2022.
The Global Pan African Peoples Intervention on the U.S.-African Leaders Summit, held on December 10, was an all-day symposium focused on militarism, coercive diplomacy, global warming, reproductive rights, reparations, and the UN Permanent Forum for African Descendants, and the current US Strategy for Africa.
On December 12, a two-hour conversation titled “Conversation on Women and Trade: Advancing African and Diaspora Women in the Global Marketplace” was held by the Center for African Studies; the Center for Women, Gender and Global Leadership; and the Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center.
The last event, titled “Africa’s Future: University Partnerships, Business, Tech & Open Diplomacy,” included a four-session program on each of these topics plus the U.S. Business in Africa Awards.
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Howard Law students travel to Ghana as part of a capstone examining the African Continental Free Trade Area.