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Join us for The Daughters of the African Atlantic Fund’s Tenth Year Anniversary Fundraising Giveaway!

Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon

Please purchase a raffle ticket ($10) for a chance to win the “Katie Geneva Cannon Legacy Box” offered by Union Presbyterian Seminary’s Katie Geneva Cannon Center for Womanist Leadership. Only a limited number of Legacy Boxes are being offered!! You could be one of the few to own this Legacy Box by purchasing a raffle ticket for $10 now. See the link to the promotion of the box and its contents here: https://www.thewomanistmarketplace.com/shop/cannon-legacy-box.

Funds raised will benefit outreach to continental and diasporan women and girls’ programs. These programs enrich lives and create possibilities for African descended women. Raffle tickets may be purchased here on our website. Winner will be announced on Saturday, April 1st , 2023.

About Katie Geneva Cannon:
Dr. Cannon was born January 3, 1950 in Kannapolis, NC. She was a Christian theologian and ethicist and the first African American woman ordained in the United Presbyterian Church (USA). She was also a founding director of The Daughters of the African Atlantic Fund giving her time, many talents and resources.


The Daughters Attend the Food Systems Forum & Brunch

Bread for the Wold Brunch 2023 Group Photo
Bread for the Wold Brunch 2023 Group Photo

(L to R: Dr. Sharon Watson Fluker, Dr. Sindile Dlamini Mathebula, & Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith)

The Daughters attended the Food Systems Forum and Brunch hosted by Bread for the World and Ebenezer Baptist in Atlanta, GA, on February 20, 2023. The forum seeks to build a healthy, equitable, and sustainable food system via the Farm Bill. Our own Rev. Dr. Angelique Walker Smith presided over the event and Dr. Sharon Watson Fluker provided the vote of thanks. Dr. Sindle Dlamini Mathebula was present and part of a round table discussion offering organizational support to the cause to pursue a world without hunger.


The Daughters Attend the Proctor De Witt Conference in Atlanta, GA

Rev. Melanie Jones & Dr. Sharon Watson-Fluker

(L to R: Rev. Melanie Jones & Dr. Sharon Watson Fluker)

Dr. Sharon Watson Fluker, Dr. Angela Sims, & Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith

(L to R: Dr. Sharon Watson Fluker, Dr. Angela Sims, & Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith)

In attendance were Rev. Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith, Dr. Angela Sims, and Dr. Sharon Watson Fluker. At the event Rev. Melanie Jones was a speaker on the Theoethics: A Paradigm Shift panel, calling the church to a more equitable future by reclaiming an Afro-Christological liberation theology.

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Enhance the Quality of Life for African Descended Trans– and Cisgendered Women and Girls


The Daughters aims to provide funding and educational program support to organizations and institutions working to enrich life possibilities for all African-descended women.


“In numerous ways, conversations with members of the Brazilian Candomblé Terreiro do Cobre community illuminated underlying presuppositions about African elements in religious culture…”


Biennial consultations of continental and diasporan African women in religions seek to help fulfill The Daughters’ commitment to holistic action and advocacy.

The Daughters of the African Atlantic Fund is a U.S. 501c3 organization
PO Box 43832 | Atlanta, GA 30336, USA