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African Association of Arizona

3454 North 51st Avenue, Suite 138                                                                         

Phoenix, Arizona 85031                                                                                                       

http://www.afasa.org/

afasaorg92@gmail.com

(623) 247-4869

African Association of Arizona is a non-profit organization promoting greater Africa awareness through education and cultural activities. Membership is open to all Africans, Africans in the Diaspora, and friends of Africa in Arizona.

 

Arizona Assoc. of Black Journalists 

P.O. Box 865                                                                                                    

Phoenix, Arizona 85001-0865

info@azblackjournalists.org

http://azblackjournalists.org/site/index.php

 

Founded in 1995, the Arizona Association of Black Journalists is an affiliate of the National Association of Black Journalists. We are comprised of working journalists in print, broadcast and radio outlets, and communication and public relations specialists statewide.

Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce

201 E. Washington, Suite 350                                                                  

Phoenix, Arizona 85004        

Kerwin Brown

kerwin@BlackChamber.com                                                                                             

http://phoenixblackchamber.com/

info@phoenixblackchamber.com

(602)-307-5200

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce facilitates the economic empowerment of the Greater Phoenix Black community and their Chamber members.

Center for the Study of Race and Democracy

411 N. Central Ave, Suite 300

Phoenix, Arizona 85004       

Contact: Deborah Cox

Deborah.j.cox@asu.edu

Contact: Sarah Herrera

Sarah.Herrera@asu.edu

 602-496-1376.

The Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, winner of the 2015 “Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award,” is critical to Arizona State University (ASU) and our community. As the nation’s largest public university, ASU is committed to delivering quality higher education to deserving students from all economic, cultural and social backgrounds. While the Center’s administrative home is in ASU’s College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, it serves as a hub of collaborative activity and interchange among several colleges, schools and departments within the university. Our objectives are to:

  • Explore race and institutions: (1) How institutions are affected by race; (2) How race plays a role in framing and implementing policy, and; (3) How these institutions, influenced by racial constructions, can both limit and advance freedom and equality.
  • Define race: Demonstrate multiple meanings and explore how these meanings frame, flow through, and define communities and the social fabric of American society.
  • Provide opportunities for students, faculty, staff and community members to participate in civic engagement.
  • Define how democracy is connected to race and can serve as a platform for affecting change.