WELCOME

Amahle Society for Africana Heritage and Culture (ASAHC) is a social enterprise that aims to unite communities of African descent (CAD) through dialogue and intracultural exchange.

 

We facilitate unity through learning and understanding fostered by unique programmes and initiatives which seek to bridge the gap of understanding between communities of African descent. We implement our goals via gatherings, classes, excursions and collaborative events with partner organizations that represent or advocate on behalf of CAD in North America and abroad.

We welcome you to our site and invite you to join us in uniting communities of  African descent.

 

 

THE PEOPLE'S CHAMP

 

As a social enterprise we understand the need for justice and the need for all to have a voice, that is why we pioneered our cause promotion initiative The People’s Champ. The People’s Champ gives a voice to communities of African descent facing urgent issues by inviting online influencers to give back through information dissemination; that is, spreading news about the atrocities taking place  in our communities which main stream news media does not focus on.

 

  GENOCIDE IN WEST PAPUA

GENOCIDE IN WEST PAPUA

  THE JARAWA: HUMAN ZOO & FACING EXTINCTION

THE JARAWA: HUMAN ZOO & FACING EXTINCTION

  DESCENT BASED SLAVERY IN MAURITANIA

DESCENT BASED SLAVERY IN MAURITANIA

  LIBYA'S MODERN DAY SLAVE TRADE

LIBYA'S MODERN DAY SLAVE TRADE

Help us spread the word about vulnerable, at-risk and endangered communities of African descent around the world.

 

 

 

COMING UP THIS MONTH

 

May 17th: The Amahle Society for Africana Heritage and Culture in conjunction with The Black Gotham Experience invites you to join us at Nerdy Thursdays for a screening of the Brazilian classic film Quilombo! 8pm. 192 Front St. in the Seaport District NYC.