African Diaspora

Building bridges among people of the African Diaspora born in the United States and those who have immigrated to the U. S. is one of the goals of AAERO.  African Diaspora Conversations will provide opportunities for sharing experiences and perspectives  to dismantle stereotypes.

Kia Hall went to the Iriona region of Honduras to study community development in the Garifuna community, and learned about the production of ereba, or cassava bread. Funded by a Fulbright grant, she spent ten months in Honduras, learning about this staple food that is at the heart of women’s development and community development in the villages of Iriona.

Visit Dr. Hall’s blog to learn more.



Location Melchor-Quick Meeting House, 669 Country Club Drive, Fayetteville, NC Hours Meetings are by appointment only. Video Conferences are held on the Internet.
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