In 1997, small groups of Americans of varied ethnic backgrounds began meeting in parts of this country. Without fanfare, we decided to organize a national group dedicated to fifty years of intense volunteer work to help relations in America. The American Slaves Foundation was created.
The Foundation has chapters in 28 states and the District of Columbia. Over 340 volunteer area coordinators nationwide are duplicating the procedures created by the Foundation's DC/Maryland/Virginia committee. Each group is responsible for communications among civic, governmental, religious, and social organizations in their areas.
We have many programs, including:
I. AFRICAN AMERICAN REUNION
Uniting African Americans
with their present-day relatives (currently unknown to them)
who are descendents of family members separated during slavery
Sponsoring support programs
- programs that should have been established
by federal and state governments before 1865 and continuously maintained until effective
III. EDUCATION FOR ALL
a. The Excel Program
(Americans helping Americans of all ages
to advance within our current educational system)
b. American Social Education
(Teaching about all of the cultures in America)
c. Entrepreneurial Programs
ALL PROGRAMS ARE OPEN TO EVERY AMERICAN.
WE DO NOT JUDGE.
WE ACTIVELY WELCOME EVERYONE.
American Slaves Foundation
Volunteer Area Coordinators
Currently, we have more than 340 multi-cultural volunteer area coordinators.
Area coordinators -- located throughout the United States --
distribute information about the foundation's various programs
to organizations and individuals who are
in the volunteers' areas of the country.
In that way, the whole nation can be coordinated.
If you would like to be a volunteer, if you are with the media
or if you have suggestions for us, please email us:
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or of the American Slaves Foundation itself
(whether you are an individual, a business, or a foundation),
please call us or send an email to:
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American Slaves Foundation!
Please email this web site address
to friends, associates, and all others
who would appreciate knowing about our programs.
If you have a similar project, perhaps we can work together.
We welcome your email with suggestions and advice.
LIST OF CITIES
of Volunteer Area Coordinators
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Annual Black History Month Ceremony
African American Reunion
Quotes from Former American Slaves
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American Slaves Foundation™
PO Box 76622, Washington, DC 20013