The African Diaspora Consortium impacts positively the educational, economic, and artistic outcomes and opportunities of Black populations across the African Diaspora.
Research and Best Practice Exchange
ADC scholars are thought leaders who help create a catalyst for cross cultural exchange that generates synergistic interaction and opportunities across the African Diaspora.
Student Study Exchange
Our teachers and students help promote educational success and outcomes for Black populations globally. Students work in cohorts to produce projects that benefit the Diaspora and that showcase their artistic and cultural knowledge.
Emerging Artist Network Exchange
ADC artists utilize the arts as a vehicle to represent the humanity and lived experiences of the African Diaspora. Their global linkages promote the artistic and business components of the music, performing arts, and visual arts industries across the Diaspora.
Whether you’re a professional, an artist, a researcher or a student, there are tons of opportunities available for you to engage with and contribute to our global network. Click this link and let us know if you’d like to become a member.
If you don’t know where you’re going, you might not get there.
Hon. Paula A. Cox CBE, former Premier of Bermuda,
African Diaspora Consortium Board Chair.