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African Diaspora United
African Diaspora United Mission Statements
To foster productive social, cultural, educational, and economic relationships within the African Diaspora United, connecting black people of the United States with the people of developed nations in Africa.
- Build general awareness of developed African States, particularly among US citizens;
- Create cross-Atlantic cooperation among entrepreneurs, corporations, social service agencies, academia and cultural institutions of predominantly black communities to strengthen weak market neighborhoods in the United States and Africa;
- Inform foreign policy objectives of the United States that promotes mutually beneficial collaboration with developed African nations;
- Increase mutual understanding of societal dynamics, wealth building strategies, culture, spirituality and institutions.
Meet our team
The professional background
& experience of the three founders
Timothy D. Goler
Timothy L. Tramble, Sr
Marcus F. Walton
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WHY African Diaspora United?
As a people we are incredibly resilient. We have withstood and persevered centuries of exploitation, extraction, theft of identity and intellectual property, racism, disenfranchisement, marginalization, brutality, and a long list of other injustices. As a result, it is understandable that our communities, on both sides of the Atlantic, are fractured and in need of cooperative repair.
In 2022, Tim Goler, Tim Tramble, and Marcus Walton established African Diaspora United to explore the impact of bringing black communities together on the African continent to confront our history, address our present, and strategize for a better future using the principles of Ubuntu (community), I am because we are; and Umoja (unity), accord in the family, community, nation, and race.