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WHY AFRICA MATTERS TO ST LOUIS

Africa is an important investment destination for some of the top industries and fortune 500 companies contributing to the area’s health and employment in St Louis. Some of the corporations benefiting from Africa ties include Anheuser-Busch, Cargill, Bunge, Emerson, and Danforth Plant Science center. Major agricultural and health care biotechnology companies like Bayer and Pfizer, …

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19th Hispanic Day at Jefferson

The Hispanic Leaders Group of Greater St Louis spent March 5th in Jefferson for 19th Hispanic Capitol Day. V4A president Mr Geoffrey Soyiantet was part of the 25 HLG delegates. At the capitol the delegates were able to meet Missouri Governor, Lt Governor, State Secretary, State Attorney, State Auditor, State Treasure, many other state officials and representatives. They group presented …

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Sharing of Imigrants stories through Building Momentum Speakers Series

January 16th, 2019 over fifty immigrants, teachers and friends met at Magic House to network and share their stories. During this event there are two speakers, one adult and a youth either in high school or college. Building Momentum is a networking event and speaker series for immigrants and friends of immigrants, hosted by Vitendo4Africa. …

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F4KIDZ African Performing Arts Sharing great arts of African dance, drumming and music

F4KIDZ African Performing Arts offers unique opportunity to share the rich African culture through dance and music. This group of young artists comprising of middle school immigrant students, uses the dance and drumming to promote the African culture in Missouri. In addition to general entertainment, this program creates a platform for African Kids and youth to boost their self-esteem, confidence and …

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