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African Diaspora Club records

 Record Group
Identifier: 004-002-002-002-001


  • Creation: 2014-2017


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Biographical / Historical

The mission of the African Diaspora Club (ADC) at Towson University is to celebrate and positively portray diverse cultures of Africa, by encouraging and supporting academic excellence, building community, promoting networks, being engaged as global citizens and fostering life-long ties to continent. By doing this we are fostering growth, encouraging development and changing our continent one student at a time, one country at a time.

Our Vision is to help to create a community both here and abroad, in which all African ethnic groups, who are members of the Diaspora experience peace, love, stability and human rights. These conditions we believe are bridges to true liberation.

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Language of Materials


Guide to the African Diaspora Club records
In Progress
John Esh
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Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Repository Details

Part of the Towson University Special Collections and University Archives Repository

Albert S. Cook Library
8000 York Rd
Towson MD 21252 United States