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PAHM Founder Visits Centres & Museums In New York

In New York, Chairman Kojo Yankah was received at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, by Kevin Matthews, Chief of Staff. The Center houses a public library that specializes in the global experience of people of African descent. The story of how one immigrant started growing a library that now boasts as a world-leading cultural institution was inspiring, says Kojo Yankah

PAHW Chairman Visits the Africa Center in Harlem, New York

The Africa Center, located in East Harlem, New York, was founded in 1984, provides the gateway to the understanding of Africa and its diaspora through its exhibitions, business, policy, and cultural exchange programs. Alana Francis de Govia, Chief Program & Experience Officer, and Henone Girma, Programs Manager gave Kojo Yankah a tour and discussed partnership potentials.

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