Center for African Actions

Center for African Actions The Center for African Action (CAA) is a non-profit organization committed to global networking, education, human development and empowerment of all.
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The Center for African Action (CAA) is a non-profit organization committed to global networking, education, human development and empowerment. Founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the CAA seeks to be actively involved in developing projects, strategies, and collaborative relationships with other organizations – public and private, in Milwaukee communities and around the globe

Mission: Mission is aimed to empower individuals, youth and families within our communities by providing them with quality services. Our aim is to support and encourage cultural competency, diversity, educate communities to handle health and hunger disparities in diverse populations, upgrade community standard of living, and self-sufficiency through philanthropy, proactive volunteer and pro bono services and team-oriented efforts.

Operating as usual

05/03/2020
Martin Tajo officiel

Martin Tajo officiel

ARTISTE CAMEROUNAIS ENGAGÉ

Longue Longue frappe fort ! partagez vraiment cette musique d´un grand combattant

Vous convisquez le pouvoir Avec vos familles et vos amis et après quand ils vont voler, vous appelez l´épervier. Qui les avait d´abord nommé ?

Tout est dit, un mot pour lui

Quand vous souhaitez que je publie quelque chose sur cette plateforme venez gentillement et je le ferai en fonction ma ligne de combat

Martin Tajo

Suivez moi aussi sur twitter pour garder l´actualité https://twitter.com/MartinTajo_

11/03/2018

Democracy is dying in Cameroon.

We are hiring interns for the fall:Positions : *Event coordinator (volunteer/intern): experience  with event planning an...
08/23/2016
SKGE Connections - Wisconsin's Para-Transit and Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Company

We are hiring interns for the fall:

Positions :

*Event coordinator (volunteer/intern): experience with event planning and management required as well as administrative, leadership, organizational, interpersonal, writing and self-startling skills. We are looking for somebody willing to work on a challenging project for a unique experience in fast-paced and demanding environment.

*Administrative interns: The ideal candidates will be creative have great interpersonal, organizational, writing and computer skills and be a self-starter. The position requires flexibly and adaptability and the ability to self-manage.

Communication intern: The ideal candidates have a degree in communication and be familiar with social networking and have excellent computer skills. Some experience int the field. The goal is to assist in the day to day communication activities of the company and to create and implement communication strategies.

* Marketing intern : The ideal candidate will be an MBA candidate or recent graduate looking to gain experience and to contribute to bold and ambitious projects.

*Video and content editor /designer: The ideal candidate will have excellent editing and content management skills, and be able to create and to edit content for social networks and more. We are looking for someone audacious, adaptable, creative looking for the opportunity to gain immediate experience on a unique project

Contact @ www.skgeconnections.com

SKGE Connections is a chauffeur, para-transit, and non-emergency medical transportation company based in southeastern Wisconsin. SKGE Connections is uniquely positioned and provides an array of quality transportation and mobility services and solutions to government, corporate, and private individua...

Boko Haram's terror act in Nigeria.
01/14/2015

Boko Haram's terror act in Nigeria.

01/14/2015

Lives of others in certain part of the world seems to have more meaning than those from a different part of the World. Thousand get killed in Africa ( Cameroon, Nigeria, Mali, Ivory Coast) By well known terrorists groups, and there is not a gathering to honor their lives, Seventeen got murdered by the citizens of France in Paris and the whole world goes to Paris to Honor their lives.
Africans, if you are not aware yet, Boko Haram, a barbarian group, nurtured from the coup against Colonel Qaddafi in Libya by France, NATO and it allies, has been killing and creating chaos in the north of Nigeria as well as North of Cameroon; Thank God, the Cameroonians army has been doing a tremendous job fighting these Barbarians monsters.
It's time to rally behind our governments and Army to fight these monsters before it's too late. We do not need to wait for the Western countries to fight our fight for us, they do have theirs and even if they help , it will be at a cost as always.

BLACK DOES NOT MEAN BEING A SUSPECT!!! DO NOT SHOOT!!!
08/15/2014

BLACK DOES NOT MEAN BEING A SUSPECT!!! DO NOT SHOOT!!!

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12/14/2013

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Nkugni is a program aimed at working with youth ages 7-17.5. Our focus is to help children develop confidence and unders...
12/14/2013

Nkugni is a program aimed at working with youth ages 7-17.5. Our focus is to help children develop confidence and understanding academically, socially, and behaviorally.

Let's stand against gun violence. Join us on August 24th at 1840 N Martn Luther king dr , Milwaukee,  Wisconsin to say "...
08/19/2013

Let's stand against gun violence. Join us on August 24th at 1840 N Martn Luther king dr , Milwaukee, Wisconsin to say "NO" to the shooting and killing in our society. email us at: [email protected] or [email protected] to confirm ur participation. Thank you.

08/19/2013

ALL AGAINST GUN VIOLENCE IN OUR SOCIETY. Please Join us on
August 30th On Martin Luther King Dr or #rd Street to say show support against Gun Violence in our society.

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The gun violence should stop. No more shooting and killing in our society. Let's stand together against this behavior.
08/16/2013

The gun violence should stop. No more shooting and killing in our society. Let's stand together against this behavior.

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08/16/2013

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08/16/2013

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Together, We can stop gun violence in our communities.
08/12/2013

Together, We can stop gun violence in our communities.

Let's stop the gun violence in our communities. The right to have a gun does not give the right to take a life. Stop shooting at each Other.

Let's stop the gun violence in our communities. The right to have a gun does not give the right to take a life. Stop sho...
08/12/2013

Let's stop the gun violence in our communities. The right to have a gun does not give the right to take a life. Stop shooting at each Other.

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07/31/2013

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Nice workout today guys, See you next Saturday
01/27/2013

Nice workout today guys, See you next Saturday

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01/15/2013

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11/30/2012
AFRO FUSION NEW YEAR BASH: The Ultimate African Experience!

This is will be a nice event to attend. This event is all about Lifting our community and to bring us together , exposing more about the diversity of our culture , this same culture that defines us . Let's end our year by looking into our history and our culture , and doing so will help us to better understand and face the challenges of the years ahead .

Enter the NEW YEAR in Style with the HOTTEST, most ELEGANT and thrilling African Theme party in Milwaukee. Come ready to socialize with beautiful people, eat gourmet African, and dance to the tune of African Favorites and some Reggae vibes! Contact us!

Hello Guys, The CAA is partnering with MOJISOLAAR, LLC to plan the "Growth | Connect Small Business & Non-Profit Expo" o...
03/16/2012
growthconnectconference

Hello Guys, The CAA is partnering with MOJISOLAAR, LLC to plan the "Growth | Connect Small Business & Non-Profit Expo" on May 5, 2012 at the Tommy Thompson Youth Center (inside WI State Fair Park). Check out this link for more information (www.growthconnectconference.wordpress.com). Hope to see you there!

Coming 2012 | Milwaukee, Wisconsin

02/21/2012
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Dear Members,
It is with enthusiasm that I thank you for your attendance in the Obesity, Cancer, and Diabetes Health Seminar. I believe that our distinguished panelists provided relevant and up-to-date information that empowered us to take action steps to live healthier lives. Because of your attendance, I believe that our community has a louder voice and is one step closer to making positive changes.
It is my goal to continue engaging our community to support the mission of The Center for African Actions. I hope that you will continue to join me. Together, I envision that we will become the platform of choice for cultural exchange, dialogue, education, networking, and opportunities contributing to the growth and empowerment of African-Americans in our local neighborhoods, communities, and beyond. Please check our websites for updates and event pictures. www.africanactions.org then reports and updates.

Kind Regards,

Guy E. Simo, MBA
President & CEO
The Center For African Actions, INC

Center for African Actions

Obesity-Cancer-Diabetes how can Diet affects our overall Health? With Professor James Ntambi , Dr. Gislaine Tsemo and Te...
02/15/2012

Obesity-Cancer-Diabetes how can Diet affects our overall Health? With Professor James Ntambi , Dr. Gislaine Tsemo and Terri G.

Obesity-Cancer-Diabetes how can Diet affects our overall Health? With Professor James Ntambi , Dr. Gislaine Tsemo and Terri G.

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01/12/2012

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Sherrod, D.r Tchamcheu and Professor James Ntambi on October 3rd 2011 after the Health Seminar on Obesity-Diabetes and C...
01/10/2012

Sherrod, D.r Tchamcheu and Professor James Ntambi on October 3rd 2011 after the Health Seminar on Obesity-Diabetes and Cancer By Professor James Ntambi, Dr. Mexton Deacon and Dr. Jean-Christopher Tchamcheu.

With jeanette Jackson on October 3rd 2011 after the Health Seminar on Obesity-Diabetes and Cancer By Professor James Nta...
01/10/2012

With jeanette Jackson on October 3rd 2011 after the Health Seminar on Obesity-Diabetes and Cancer By Professor James Ntambi, Dr. Mexton Deacon and Dr. Jean-Christopher Tchamcheu.

01/10/2012

This event is free of charge, lunch will be provided and you do not need to be a member of the YMCA or the Center for African actions to attend.

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8214 W NATIONAL AVENUE
Milwaukee, WI
53212

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 18:00
Tuesday 08:30 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 18:00
Thursday 08:30 - 18:00
Friday 08:30 - 18:00

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