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We will make a $5.00 or more donation to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


  • America is divided by race
  • Black Americans are born into the lowest earning percentile and remain there until age 40
  • Most Black kids are downward mobile
  • Black wealth barely exists
  • Most Black families are headed by a single female parent
  • Black students attend lower quality schools

As a result Black Americans are caught in a Vocational/Professional American Black Death Trap. They have poor job opportunities, health, food, clothing, shelter, and no government affirmative action programs for Black students. 


  • Scholarships
  • Economic development grants
  • Advanced training for African Americans and Africa’s business persons
  • and educators
  • A means to encourage Americans to invest and travel to Africa
  • Collection centers to collect math and science textbooks, journals and equipment for African Schools

AAAFSEED has already:

  • Sent 100 new tablet desks to Dr. Martin L. King’s Girls Junior High School in Dakar, Senegal purchased from the University of Michigan-LS&A
  • Presented Economic Proposals at International Conferences Dakar, Senegal
  • Established A Sister City between Dakar, Senegal and the City of Ann Arbor
  • Planned a collection centers for high school and college textbooks and equipment
  • Sent 25,000 new textbooks to schools in Nigeria
  • Planned a Family Exchange Program
  • Had 300 dresses designed and sewn for little girls in Africa
  • Collaborated with African Businesses to market their products in US stores
  • Contributed to Tsunami Relief and Katrina Victims
  • Proposed a water well drilling project in rural Africa

You can help advance education and job opportunities for African-Americans and Africans by being part of this cause. Your donations help support black advancement. Science and technology training can make a difference.  

Refund Policy: Thank you for your gift. At this time, we are unable to provide refunds.

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