Wednesday, November 8, 2017

WorldAffairsCouncil DC Hosts Amb. Sanders' Book with Honorable Linda Thomas Greenfield As Discussant

The two hour World Affairs Council (WAC)"Author Series" program on the impact of Africa's small businesses (better known as SMEs) on development and growing the region's middle class featured the immediate past United States Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield, and Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders with the latter book, "The Rise of Africa's Small and Medium Size Enterprises," being the featured book for the WAC November, 2017 program. The program was opened by the WAC of Washington, D.C. President Anthony R. Culley-Foster, and the Honorable Ambassador to the African Union, Arikana Chihombori Quao, was not only in attendance, but shared comments with the audience on the importance of Africans and Africans in the Diaspora not forgetting the devastating impact of the history of the Continent from the Berlin Conference of 1800s to today which has affected the development of the   region,  adding that Africans and Africans in the Diaspora must be  united as one voice. #AfricaSMEs. Sanders's book can be found at:

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