Why is Adele Dejak All About The African Renaissance Movement?

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The African Renaissance Movement

The question is why not. Adele Dejak has always been passionate about the African Renaissance. If you’re an African or a human being, you’d be a fool not to rush into Africa, the venue of the next global renaissance.
The movement is built on imagining a better Africa and doing your part to build it.

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Why Africa? It’s the home to the fastest-growing economies in the world.

Africa gives you a deeper understanding of world history and modern American history.

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You’re not going to need to trade in an arm or a leg to join the African Renaissance Movement, you just need to change how you think. And that’s free. Every day you choose to take pride in your African heritage and culture, you have launched a renaissance of your own. Every day you imagine solutions to problems affecting your local community, you are taking part in the movement. It’s all about imagining a better future for our continent while honouring our past- the people who came before us, those who fought so hard so we could enjoy the freedoms today that they considered privileges back then.

The African Renaissance Movement is built on recapturing your Africanness and reminding you why there’s a reason to celebrate your own unique individuality and magic. There’s a story behind your origins and we’re going to help you find the book. Join Adele Dejak on a mission to renew hope and inspire passion for the future. We are the Africans Africa has been waiting for. We are our ancestors’ wildest dreams. If you’ve got skin, you have a duty to join us. “Remember you were Africans before you became anything else.” -Bose Ogulu, Burna Boy’s mother.