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African & Caribbean Society


President: Dana Kangben

It's imperative that we Africans and Caribbean's are represented in a positive and vibrant manor.

We aim to create an environment that reflects our diverse cultures and backgrounds. Our society is a place where members feel inclusive as well as open and confident to discuss some of life's toughest questions and issues. Our society is a place where members can call home and a supportive body, members should be able to come for advice and solutions. We Africans and Caribbean's are naturally vocal individuals thus the society acts as an amplifier for their voices to be heard.

 

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