African Liberation Day & Week – Join Africans Rising’s Mobilization!

African Liberation Day & Week (May 25 - 31) - Join Africans Rising's Mobilization!

By Africans Rising —

African Liberation Day, May 25, is Monday and we are ready to engage you all in our May 25 mobilization “Active Citizenship in the Fight Against COVID-19, #Rise4OurLives.”

May 25 is the largest annual Africans Rising mobilization, and this year we are engaging in a week-long (May 25 – 31) mobilization to support and amplify the conversations, actions, and events Africans are undertaking to keep our communities safe during this global health pandemic.

Below are the events and actions you can participate in for our week-long mobilization of African liberation! You can also visit our website to see a list of events in the Gambia, Mozambique, the United States and many other countries across the continent and Diaspora.

All week long you can join our #Rise4OurLives online mobilization by sharing your thoughts, photos, and videos in response to COVID-19. Tag us on Twitter: @AfricansRising, Facebook: Africans Rising, or Instagram: @Africans_Rising and use the hashtag #Rise4OurLives so that we can share your voices and stories with the world! Check out our flyer for ideas on how you can participate.


Monday, May 25, 2020

Une discussion sur le thème " Que signifie le panafricanisme pour la nouvelle génération de jeunes africains?". Rejoignez la conversation sur Zoom et Facebook Live.

11h (GMT) – Une discussion sur le thème ” Que signifie le panafricanisme pour la nouvelle génération de jeunes africains?”. Rejoignez la conversation sur Zoom et Facebook Live. Inscrivez-vous ici: https://bit.ly/3bUy4Xq


Monday, May 25, 2020

ActionAid Uganda hosts a webinar on active citizenship in the fight against #COVID19 with a panel of speakers including Africans Rising movement coordinator Coumba Toure.

14h – 17h30 (EAT) – ActionAid Uganda hosts a webinar on active citizenship in the fight against #COVID19 with a panel of speakers including Africans Rising movement coordinator Coumba Toure. The #Zoom ID is 847 29884341, use this password to login 01117.


Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Advocacy Network for Africa, ADNA will host a virtual event that will brief the audience about COVID-19 in Africa and the diaspora, the responses taking place, and what needs to happen to mitigate COVID-19.

11am (EST) – Advocacy Network for Africa, ADNA will host a virtual event that will brief the audience about COVID-19 in Africa and the diaspora, the responses taking place, and what needs to happen to mitigate COVID-19. Register here: https://bit.ly/3cR8rbl

You can join the conversation on Twitter with @AfricansRising. Use the hashtag #Rise4OurLives to share your thoughts and questions with us.


Wednesday, May 27, 2020

A discussion in Haussa about the Africans Rising May 25 mobilization theme "Active Citizenship in the Fight Against COVID-19."

15h (GMT) – A discussion in Haussa about the Africans Rising May 25 mobilization theme “Active Citizenship in the Fight Against COVID-19.”

Register here: https://bit.ly/2TA8a4I


Thursday, May 28, 2020

Mazungumzo ya Kiswahili juu ya "Raia Wenye bidii katika Mapambano dhidi ya COVID-19" na wanaharakati na viongozi wa jamii kutoka Kenya, Burundi, na Tanzania.

15h (GMT) – Mazungumzo ya Kiswahili juu ya “Raia Wenye bidii katika Mapambano dhidi ya COVID-19” na wanaharakati na viongozi wa jamii kutoka Kenya, Burundi, na Tanzania. Jiandikishe hapa: https://bit.ly/2XrYtGP


Friday, May 29, 2020

Panel discussion with Kumi Naidoo, Emira Woods, Boniface Mwangi, Kambale Musavuli, Dr. Marta Moreno Vega, and Mireille Fanon-Mendes to discuss Pan-African responses to COVID-19, decolonizing systems of oppression, and the role of grassroots movements and civil society on the continent and in the diaspora.

15h (GMT) – Panel discussion with Kumi Naidoo, Emira Woods, Boniface Mwangi, Kambale Musavuli, Dr. Marta Moreno Vega, and Mireille Fanon-Mendes to discuss Pan-African responses to COVID-19, decolonizing systems of oppression, and the role of grassroots movements and civil society on the continent and in the diaspora.

Registration link: https://bit.ly/2AQaLku

You can also join the conversation on Twitter with @AfricansRising. Use the hashtag #Rise4OurLives to share your thoughts and questions with us.


See full list of events

Source: Africans-Rising.org

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