Fostering African Ingenuity and Distinction Through Cultural Awareness and Education
African culture is one generation away from extinction if our elders fail to tell their stories and the stories their parents told them. If they fail to help the next generation appreciate the value of what they were born into and the opportunities that lie therein, the children of Africa are certain to miss their way in a global world. Through its cultural and educational programs, African Summon offers an opportunity for all to join in the rediscovery of Africa and its essence.
― Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart (Nigeria)
― Ngugi wa Thiong'o , I Will Marry When I Want (Kenya)
― Mariama Bâ, So Long a Letter (Senegal)
― Nuruddin Farah, North of Dawn (Somalia)
“We co-existed in peaceful detachment”
― Tsitsi Dangarembga, Nervous Conditions (Zimbabwe)