Giving Tuesday 2022
Support the Daughters of the African Atlantic Fund this #GivingTuesday YOUR support ensures a strong future for the Daughters and ongoing initiatives for women and girls of the African Diaspora. Donate Today!
Congratulations to Rev. Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith & Dr. Evelyn L. Parker!
We are happy to announce and congratulate our own Directors, Rev. Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith, as the newly appointed President of the North American Region of the World Council of Churches, and Dr. Evelyn L. Parker, newly appointed to the World Council of Churches...
Check Out Rev. Melanie’s Latest Book Chapter
Read Rev. Melanie Jones' latest contribution titled: "Who's Saving Whom?: Black Millennials and the Revivification of Religious Communities" in Religion, Race, and COVID-19: Confronting White Supremacy in the Pandemic. Copies of the book are available at NYUPress.org!
Voices on the Front Lines of Black Women’s Health
Join The Daughters for a much-anticipated conversation on Black women's health with leading health professionals and experts! Saturday, August 28, 2021 @ 12pm ETStreamed on The Daughters of the African Atlantic Fund YouTube and Facebook (@afatdaughters) This live...
DO NO HARM Fundraiser for Daughters of the African Atlantic Fund
DO NO HARM, written by Dallas-based writer/actress/producer, Anyika McMillan-Herod, co-founder of Soul Rep Theatre Company, was commissioned by Dr. Evelyn Parker and the Association of Practical Theology. In the wake of the covid pandemic, this original play inspired...
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