African-American and African Foundation On Science Education

Ann Arbor, MI   |  https://www.aaafseed.org/

Mission

AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND AFRICAN FOUNDATION ON SCIENCE, EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. ©93 (AAAFSEED) The African-American and African Foundation on Science, Education and Economic Development, Inc. (AAAFSEED) was incorporated in the State of New York March 5, 1993 by Professor Isaac Ayinde Adalemo, Ph.D. (Nigeria) University of Michigan’s, Graduate, and Dr. Richard H. Ross, Sr., (Ph.D.) (U.S.A.), University of Michigan Graduate, and its international Board of Directors.

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Foundation’s Purposes: Develop cultural, educational, technological, economic and scientific ties and opportunities for and between African-Americans and Africans. Improve the shelter, employment, education and environmental conditions of African-Americans and Africans. Address through comprehensive concentrated study, analysis, pilot programs and other means, such topics as social justice, human rights, legal systems, medical practices, poverty, international relations, foreign policy, movement of refugees and immigrants and the maintenance of international peace and security, all with a perspective of how they impact African-Americans and Africans. Disseminate from time to time findings of deliberations on these topics though the media, seminars, and scholarly journals.

Ruling year info

1994

President

Richard Ross, Sr.

Main address

1835 Franklin Ct N., P O Box 2604

Ann Arbor, MI 48106 USA

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EIN

13-3729531

NTEE code info

Single Organization Support (B11)

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The African-American and African Family Exchange

Establish a more positive attitude and better understanding between African-American and African families, students and professionals in the United States and Africa while increasing educational, cultural and economic relationships.

Raise funds for science and technological education for Africans.
Earn commissions for African-American families, a select number of Black colleges, and economic development.

Most importantly, more than 300 years since African-American separation from the continent of Africa, African-Americans and Africans planned this cultural and educational networking program never before developed or experienced by African descendants.

It is evident that the two groups can be mutually beneficial. Over a period of time, the Family Exchange Program will provide an opportunity and give added impetus for African-Americans to strengthen the bond with Africans through improved programs of education about African culture and through visits to the African Continent. Finally, the African-American and African Family Exchange Program presents a unique opportunity to help develop Africa’s human and natural resources. African-Americans will share knowledge and skills learned in the United States with Africans.

Population(s) Served

Advance African-American and African business partnerships, i.e., increase business investments in Ghana, Nigeria, South African and other African nations.

Advance tourism, i.e. encourage Americans in general and African-Americans in particular to visit Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa and other African nations.

Advance the training of Africa’s business persons, and educators in the areas of science, and technology with an emphasis on computers.

Encourage African-Americans to work, invest and travel in Ghana, Nigeria, South African nations, and Ghanaians, Nigerians, South Africans, and other Africans to work, invest and travel in the United States, other countries of the African Continent and other countries in the Diaspora.

Develop centers for the collection of high school and college math and science which will allow for mass communication of educational knowledge and current scientific findings.

Develop centers for the collection of high school and college math and science textbooks, related journals (not more than five years old) and equipment which will be shipped to Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa and other African nations.

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African-American and African Foundation On Science Education

Board of directors
as of 2/16/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Richard Ross, Sr.