African Community For Dallas Fortworth TX

African Community For Dallas Fortworth TX The Afrikans Community for Dallas Fort-worth Texas . is an organization for Africans, whether by birth or by naturalization, residing in DFW TEXAS.

Operating as usual

12/19/2015

African Community For Dallas Fort-Worth would like to wish each and every person a Merry Christmas and a Joyous Happy New Year 2016

11/13/2015

Special Wishes to All Africans of Dallas Fort worth . For this Special ' THANKSGIVNG .Enjoy.

Zambia 's Independence Day celebration October 24 .Join your local Association in the celebration
10/17/2015

Zambia 's Independence Day celebration October 24 .Join your local Association in the celebration

African Community For Dallas Fortworth TX
10/08/2015

African Community For Dallas Fortworth TX

AFRICAN MUZIK MAGAZINE AWARDS (AFRIMMA) is the sole award ceremony in the Diaspora that caters to all musical genres including but not limited to: Afrobeats, Assiko, Bongo, Decale, Funana, Genge, Highlife, Hiplife, Kwaito, Lingala and Soukous.
http://afrimma.com/

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY TO THE REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ..
10/02/2015

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY TO THE REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ..

09/29/2015
Me, Myself and HIV

Me, Myself and HIV-


Me Myself And HIV is the first reality TV show from the award-winning Staying Alive Campaign and follows the lives of two twenty-somethings - Slim; an aspiring DJ and music producer from Zambia, and Angelikah; a college student from the USA - both living with HIV.
The show follows them as they tell their stories from the very beginning: why they decided to get tested, to the aftermath of getting their results, right through to the present day. The audience get to see the complicated layer HIV can sometimes add when it comes to everyday lifestyle choices such as dating, work, friends and travel.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LH8jMZMxB0

Me Myself And HIV is the first reality TV show from the award-winning Staying Alive Campaign and follows the lives of two twenty-somethings - Slim; an aspiri...

SPECIAL INVITE TO ALL AFRICANS IN TEXAS .Miss Africa Texas scholarship pageant is  currently working on the 6th annual e...
09/25/2015
Welcome

SPECIAL INVITE TO ALL AFRICANS IN TEXAS .


Miss Africa Texas scholarship pageant is currently working on the 6th annual event/ African festival in Plano tx.
We are reaching out to African groups to find out if you might have anyone who is interested in contesting.
We are also looking for any African dance groups or drama.
We are all about showcasing the positive side of Africa through beauty, fashion, talent and Education.
Looking forward to speaking more with someone.
Thank you.

Mrs. Jennifer Tangyie
www.missafricatexas.com
8579288491

BEAUTY WITH A PURPOSE!The Miss Africa Texas Scholarship Pageant is the largest pageant in the State of Texas featuring beautiful "African descent" women. The Pageant was launched in 2009 and has since been an exciting experience for young women and their families in the State of Texas to be a part o…

AFRICAN MUZIK MAGAZINE AWARDS (AFRIMMA) is the sole award ceremony in the Diaspora that caters to all musical genres inc...
09/19/2015

AFRICAN MUZIK MAGAZINE AWARDS (AFRIMMA) is the sole award ceremony in the Diaspora that caters to all musical genres including but not limited to: Afrobeats, Assiko, Bongo, Decale, Funana, Genge, Highlife, Hiplife, Kwaito, Lingala and Soukous.
http://afrimma.com/

Get to know  your community  network ..this one is for Dallas (DFW) Texas .let us know whats happening in your community
08/30/2015

Get to know your community network ..this one is for Dallas (DFW) Texas .let us know whats happening in your community

Zambian model Amanda Sibeso Wamunyima has scooped the Ms America pageant.Wamunyima represented the state of Florida in t...
08/30/2015

Zambian model Amanda Sibeso Wamunyima has scooped the Ms America pageant.
Wamunyima represented the state of Florida in the Ms America pageant take took place on August 26 at the Curtis Theatre, Brea, California.
The pageant, which attracted 38 contestants from different states of the United States, is run by Susan Jeske, who has been involved in pageantry for over 29 years as a competitor, judge, and pageant director.
A former Ms America herself, Susan purchased the pageant from the founder Richard Simon in 1999.
Amanda, who attended Kabwe High School but is now resident in Florida, Orlando, is thrilled to win the pageant.
The biography of Amanda on the Ms America website describes her as a Zambian loyalty.
“Amanda is Zambian royalty – daughter of Princess Alice Kaiko Kabuku and Brigadier General Erix Wamunyima of the Lozi people. She is a model, actress, entrepreneur, CNN iReporter and TV host. She is a humanitarian, founder of ieEmbrace organisation that helps provide medical supplies to hospitals in underserved nations.
“She started her first business at 18, and often travels to corporate events with network marketing company Solavie Mobile. She is looking forward to volunteer with the American Red Cross during her reign, raising awareness through her We Are United programme,” reads the short description.
The Ms America is for women of about 26 years of age and up who could be single, divorced, widowed or married. The competition is based on evening gown, interview, sportswear and on-stage question.

~~ AFRICAN COMMUNITY YOU ARE ALL INVITED ~~ ..Dont miss Out ..Here we go again .. As we try to keep our Zambia & Zimbabw...
08/23/2015

~~ AFRICAN COMMUNITY YOU ARE ALL INVITED ~~ ..Dont miss Out ..

Here we go again .. As we try to keep our Zambia & Zimbabwean youth pre occupied with a positive life style . Another soccer 4 nation tournament this Sunday at DCC Christian church Accademy Zambia, Kenya, Zim & cameroun ...It's Sunday BBQ / DJ blast the famous zimbabwean DJ will be on the deck ... We inviting the community to come and support our youth who we feel are the future leaders and have shown a lot of positives since May 2015 .. They r pursuing the American Dream but need our positive guidance . And the unity comes from soccer . ..
Together we stand strong .. Unbelievably this is organised by Zim Christian youth .. Enjoy Friday .. Detail .

Day ; Sunday Special
Date ; August 23 , 2015

Venue ; 2700 Christian pkwy Dallas Tx 75234

News reaching us is that Zambian / african  Legendary Musician Jordan Katembula (JK)   will be in  Dallas Fort-Worth TX ...
08/23/2015

News reaching us is that Zambian / african Legendary Musician Jordan Katembula (JK) will be in Dallas Fort-Worth TX , on Sep 12 2015 .more detail on the flyer attached

The Inspiring Story Of Wendy Chanda Mutale { TOUCH OF-AN-ANGEL }  " TOAA " Founder*** A 21 Year Journey To Kaniki Clinic...
08/23/2015

The Inspiring Story Of Wendy Chanda Mutale { TOUCH OF-AN-ANGEL } " TOAA " Founder

*** A 21 Year Journey To Kaniki Clinic****

I was young, excited and eager to go after the world. The new world was America, a world that represented the splendor of vibrancy, culture and opportunity. I was leaving my home, Ndola, Zambia, Africa, a place I had known all my life.
I arrived in the USA in the early 1990s, to start a new chapter in my life and did not go back for 20 years, until my first visit home in 2012.
My name is Wendy Chanda Mutale, and I am the founder of Touch-of-an-angel (TOAA ) which is a non-profit organization that supports newborns born from underprivileged mother in Ndola Zambia.
My non-profit organization started in May of 2013. I had no intentions of starting a NGO. I went to Zambia on vacation with the intention of re-igniting relationships with people and places I had left. I took some clothes with me that I wanted to donate. My charity obligation was a passing act. While on vacation, I met a friend of mine who was a doctor. On my way to Kaniki Clinic which is on the Copperbelt, I met a young woman walking from a clinic to her home; she was carrying her new born child. She had just given birth and her only means home was to walk from the clinic. A 2 hour or 15 mile walk. As a mother, I was heartbroken; when I learnt that she had just given birth 4 hours earlier. I could not imagine the fatigue and weariness that her body was experiencing. This new mother had not been given any time for her body to recuperate.
A fact is that normal deliveries, those without complications, result in early discharge of new mothers; within hours of delivering. This is done to make room for others.
When I returned to the States, the image of the mother and new baby walking kept creeping into my mind. This image would not go away and I couldn't sleep. I then realized that I was being called to action and nothing that I did or say would remove that image from mind.
There were many facts and reasons that I had to ignore this. That would have been the easier thing to do. I didn’t live in Zambia, I had no knowledge or experience to running an NGO, I had no clinical experience, and I didn’t have much money, why should I care? The reasons were endless BUT something kept telling me that I had something in me bigger than the combination of all those reasons
I had passion, I had a heart and that heart was in the right place, I had a network and I could make a difference. My heart realized my calling, and I made a decision that my mark will be working with under-privileged mothers and new born babies in Africa. What seemed impossible became possible.
Initially, much of my charity was limited to receiving and making donations. I focused on the disparities in health. In 2013 I went back to Zambia and launched TOAA on June 6th 2013. Since that time we have supported 250 mothers with new care packages and supplied diapers and mealie (corn) meal to mothers. The majority of this has been funded by a few close partners and from my own pocket.
In March, 2014, TOAA had a dinner fundraising event; again I used most of my personal funds and Thank God, we managed to break even.
Through conversations with the Kaniki administration, it was brought to my attention, that there was a problem with water. There was no water or access to water. This compounded the sanitary conditions for the mother who gave birth. Can you imagine having a new baby and not being able to access water?
I battled in my heart to find creative ways to solicit funds to finance the $4000 project. It was very difficult, a challenge but then life is full of challenges. Through the efforts of our community leaders, we launched the “#Redlipstick challenge”; this was a campaign to fund this challenge of no water. The campaign was simple; women and MEN would put on red lipstick, take a selfie and post it on their pages and donate $10. The campaign was a success in the USA and within a month we raised the money needed for the borehole. As I stand and speak before you, Kaniki Clinic is one of the few clinics in the area with a borehole. The sanitary conditions at the clinic have improved: mothers can wash themselves and their new born babies, toilets can be flushed, and proper drinking water can be found.
So we provide care packages, diapers, corn meal and have facilitated a borehole at the clinic.
Are we done? NO: they are other challenges and disparities that need to be addressed.
Remember my story of that image of that woman walking? The image of the mother walking after giving birth continues to motivate me to find a solution. So an ambulance is needed. Maybe after that ambulance is delivered, it will be replaced with a new image.
So in 2015, TOAA is focused on addressing the transportation of mothers who have delivered - especially mothers who’ve had complicated deliveries.
When we win the funding, it will be used toward buying an ambulance for the clinic. This will eliminate the 2 hours to 3 hours walk that new mothers have to endure after giving birth.
TOAA is positive that in collaboration with others, we will continue to find and provide solutions to those less fortunate than us. Remember Deuteronomy 15:11 “For there will never cease to be poor in the land. Therefore I command you, “You shall open wide your hand to your brother, to the needy and to the poor, in your land”
I appreciate the opportunity to submit my story. It is a reflection of the light that keeps shining in my heart.

Wendy Chanda Mutale

If you are inspired by the story by wendy chanda mutale inbox us we will get you connected to wendy .. or go straight to the website
http://www.touch-of-an-angel.org/

This one come last minute  on our sight , the  zambia dallas soccer chipolopolo team this weekend had a match against me...
08/16/2015

This one come last minute on our sight , the zambia dallas soccer chipolopolo team this weekend had a match against mexico at the toyota stadium former pizza hut stadium in frisco texas ..
The scores where Zambia Dallas Chipolopolo 0 Vs Dallas Mexico 3 ..

We would love to Recognize Ms Justina Mutale As an Accomplished Philanthropist; International Speaker; Humanitarian; Phi...
08/15/2015

We would love to Recognize Ms Justina Mutale As an Accomplished Philanthropist; International Speaker; Humanitarian; Philosopher; HIV/AIDS & Human Rights Activist and Advocate.
Acclaimed as one of the most influential and inspirational women of African origin, Justina Mutale is the AFRICAN WOMAN OF THE YEAR 2012, an honour bestowed upon Justina on the same platform as Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa as well as the former President of Malawi, The Rt. Hon. Joyce Banda and the former female Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, The Hon. Thokozani Khupe. Justina is also Honorary Ambassador for Gender Equality and Spokesperson for the INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S THINK TANK, which is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia in the USA. Justina has been featured as a Hero in the Capital Finance International Journal, which brings coverage and analysis of the drivers behind change by combining the views of leading multilateral and national organizations with thought leadership from some of the world’s top minds. Having gained global recognition for her ability, as a public personality to use her status to potentially influence the thinking of both Africans and non-Africans alike, Justina is featured among the 365 of Africa’s most respected names, well-known faces, and influential voices who inspire the future, motivate the young generation, and raise the profile to positively alter the perceptions of Africa and Africans around the world. read more on this link http://justinamutale.com/about-2/
As African Community for Dallas Fort-Worth TX wish you all the best in your life and please know that african people in all walks of life owe it unto you for making a difference .

Mr Peter chitila is an accomplished sports athlete ,who has achieved alot in his life time .we all remember him back in ...
08/15/2015

Mr Peter chitila is an accomplished sports athlete ,who has achieved alot in his life time .we all remember him back in days when he played for the zambia national soccer team .Mr Chitila played for power dynamos as a defender between 1997 /1998, went to africa cup in burkina faso 1998 .
This son of zambia and africa at large cannot be ignored in our effort to recognize those who have contributed to the cause of making a difference in the community .
Yes we would love to recognize Mr Peter Chitila ,and wish him all the best in his life .And please know that african people owe it unto you.

African Community For Dallas Fortworth TX
08/14/2015

African Community For Dallas Fortworth TX

This month of August we would love to Recognize the Founder members of the Daliso School Association for their effort  i...
08/14/2015

This month of August we would love to Recognize the Founder members of the Daliso School Association for their effort in helping the Need ,Mr lameck and Febby Kaira .the couple have been accepting all sort of school materials from well wishers through their daliso school association ,
For the cause of making the difference to zambians schools going under previledged children .
As african community in Dallas Fort-worth we wish them well and please know that the african community owe it to you .

08/14/2015

Quick Update ,we wish to inform you that this page has changed its name from Zambia community for dallas fortworth to African community for dallas fort-worth .this is in line of promoting Pan -Africanism Spirit .

08/12/2015
Do Churches care anymore? Global Fellowship

Hello.
Global Fellowship Church has been running for almost 7 years now. In the past years, God has poured His Spirit among us with signs, wonders, miracles and above all, there has been a powerful prophetic move that brings in people from all walks of life.
In the past 4 years we've had incurable sicknesses and diseases healed by God. This brings people from different states to come and get a miracle from God.
However 2 weeks ago, the church was broken into and equipment and church instruments worth almost $20k was stolen. They took everything except chairs.
I would like to reach out to family , friends and well wishers to help our church buy the church equipments and instruments to continue the work of the Lord. DONATION " click the link below"
http://www.gofundme.com/94fjudn4
In exchange for your donations, I and the prayer warriors of our church will be committed to praying for you and your family members. We will pray that God will open up doors and windows of heaven to pour a blessing in your life.
We will be praying for your healing.
We will be praying for your financial breakthrough.
Above all, we will be praying that God will bring people in your life to be a blessing.
Thank you so much and may God bless you.

http://www.gofundme.com/94fjudn4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paRBP-prSQs

Global Fellowship Church 333 South Kirby St Garland TX 75042 www.globalfellowshipchurchtx.com

ATTENTION DFW RESIDENTS: Our Zambian USA Nationawide prayers will be held the same day with the entire USA on Sunday Aug...
08/11/2015

ATTENTION DFW RESIDENTS: Our Zambian USA Nationawide prayers will be held the same day with the entire USA on Sunday August 16th 2015 at 6PM. The venue Address is "724 S Jupiter Road, Garland TX 75043". All are invited.

Proposed National Day Of Prayer by Stephen Mwala BandaAttention Zambians in USA: I am asking all of us Zambians to choos...
08/10/2015

Proposed National Day Of Prayer

by Stephen Mwala Banda
Attention Zambians in USA: I am asking all of us Zambians to choose a day we can have a mass prayer for us. In the past 2 months we have lost about 6 Zambians here in USA. We currently have 3 ongoing funerals in New York right now the latest being for 29 year old young man killed in Colorado. He is the second Zambian to be murdered in the USA within 1 month. The spirit of death is hovering aroung us and if we dont pray and seek God this injustice shall visit our innocent children. Zambians, we come from a powerful christian Nation and iam calling on all of us to call upon our Father in heaven, His blood and the Holy Spirit to protect and deliver us. Iam calling for a nationalwide prayer of agreement for Sunday August 15th 2015 for all Zambians in the entire USA. Please share this on your walls and each city should choose a venue to hold thier prayers. DFW we can hold our prayers at 6PM Campbell grounds in Dallas. We ask leaders fron different sectors to help cordinate this Zambian nationwide prayer. "If my people called by by Name shall humble themselves and pray and turn away from their wicked ways and seek my face, then will I hear them from heaven, I will forgive thier sins and heal their land says the Lord. Zambia let us pray. DFW let us get ready. Please comment if you agree and share on your wall. Enough is enough we as Zambians are not flies tuli bantu, loved by God.

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Interested vendors, performing arts are invited now to visit www.dfwafricafestival.com to be part of thi year's event
JOIN US AUG 3RD The Transatlantic Trade Expo https://transatlantictradeexpo.com/
Come out for the Rightway Management Sound Open MIC THIS THURSDAY 7-9pm HOSTED BY: Harmini Dominic Bonsignore Jermaine Williams and Bily Erl aka The Stylish DJ !! Get your chance to WIN Studio Time, A feature with #RWMSGROUP Artist and Get LIVE RADIO AND TV INTERVIEWS on DFW Metroplex'S NEWEST Radio/Media Group The Urban Core Radio FM & The Urban Core Media Group https://www.facebook.com/events/645725155896768/
Hey everyone! Wanted to let y'all know about a new South African movie coming out called Five Fingers for Marseilles. This movie features the native language of the area and the cast is mostly South African. It's about a boy named Tau who is in a group of friends, the five fingers, whom protect the town from threats during Apartheid. Tau leaves his town for 20 years because of a brutal event, leaving behind his friends. He returns to the town years later to make peace, but finds that there is a new threat to the town and he must be the hero. I was impressed by the acting, many of the actors were new to me. I also thought the cinematography was cool, featuring many shots of the South African landscape. If you want to try out the movie when it's out, here is the link below.
On Saturday August 25, 2018 at 4.30p, l am hosting a workshop for Financial Literacy Campaign for the Multicultural DFW area Kenya community to come learn Financial Foundation Education programs that help move people from Financial insecurity to Financial Freedom at WFG Center 13111 Central Expressway Suite 2500 Dallas, Texas 75243. As friend, l would like to invite you to come explore how you can change your family and others life. IT IS FREE. Looking forward to sharing the opportunity with you. Refreshments will be served the Kenya way. I need your support and Kenyans need you. Thank you. George K. Omoth, Workshop Coordinator
Hello, i am looking for an African DJ/RJ to host a weekly radio show about African music on a new channel FunAsia Next. here in Dallas. If you or anyone you know is interested please inbox me or text 214-725-7466 Thanks