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U.S. President Barack Obama and First lady Michelle Obama walk the route as the presidential inaugural parade winds through Washington, DC. in January 21, 2013. Barack Obama was re-elected for a second term as President of the United States.
Reverend Jesse Jackson speaking at the UN
African Diaspora in Jamaica (Caribbean) - Prof Verene Shepherd
Mr Sidney Francis Martin - comunity meeting with the central american diaspora in New York
Prof Antumi Toasije - a leader in Spain
Dr Ron Daniels, African Diaspora in New York, USA (North America). Founder and President of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century, Distinguished Lecturer at York College City University of New York
Prof Antumi Toasije, Pan-African Activist of Afro-Spaniard, Social Science Professor - Premios Afrosocialistas 2013
Dr Khazriel Ben Yehuda hosting a group of African Ambassadors at the Village of Peace in Dimona - In the photo are the ambassadors for Kenya and Congo
Ambassador Erieka Bennett and President Dr Joyce Banda
Dr Awa N'Diaye, Diaspora Senegalaise en Europe
Mr Sidney Francis Martin, Founder of ONECA (Organización Negra Centroamericana), Central American Black Organization (CABO)
Antumi Toasije leading in Spain
Dr. Ron Daniels, 1987 Executive Director of the National Rainbow Coalition, Deputy Campaign Manager for Jackson's 1988 US Presidential Campaign, Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 1992
Dr Edna Roland - A warrior in the fight for the equality of black women in Brazil
Prof Verene Shepherd Chairing the public Session of the Working group of Experts on People of African Descent at the United Nations in Geneva.
Dr Khazriel Ben Yehuda on a visit to the Ministry of Interior in Ramala, capital city of the Palestinian Authority