AFRIKANDA is structured as a multifaceted 501c4 nonprofit global network that provides funding and support for the various functionalities of the organizations to include AFRIKANDA Youth Academy (AYA), AFRIKANDA Real Estate and Development Fund, AFRIKANDA Business and Industry Fund, AFRIKANDA Sankofa Fund, AFRIKANDA Queens United Economi
AFRIKANDA is structured as a multifaceted 501c4 nonprofit global network that provides funding and support for the various functionalities of the organizations to include AFRIKANDA Youth Academy (AYA), AFRIKANDA Real Estate and Development Fund, AFRIKANDA Business and Industry Fund, AFRIKANDA Sankofa Fund, AFRIKANDA Queens United Economic Empowerment Network (AQUEEN), and the AFRIKANDA Men’s Empowerment Network (AMEN).
The mission of the AFRIKANDA Prosperity Empowerment Network is to educate, empower, encourage, and unite the African Diaspora towards achieving global social economic prosperity.
The vision of the organization is to serve as the heart that connects and unifies the body of Black peoples across the entire global African Diaspora to include the Mother Continent, Asia, Caribbean, West Indies, the Americas, Europe, and Australia.
Cleon Peoples, Founder & President
Welcome to an Empowerment Community!
My steadfast passion and commitment, has continuously led transformative movement towards empowerment, prosperity, and positive change.
At AFRIKANDA, we foster a community of growth, unity, and shared success, guided by the belief in the power of unity, knowledge-sharing, and collective efforts to drive profound change.
Together, we can make an indelible impact and uplift one another, creating a better future for all.
Together, we will achieve greatness and leave behind a legacy of prosperity.
Join me on this empowering journey, as we embrace our heritage and ignite change across the African Diaspora.
Our social philosophy is predicated on the premise that Africans in America and Africans throughout the Diaspora must embrace their rich heritage and must always exude the pride of being an African. This means that Africans should celebrate, remember, and represent their heritage whenever possible without fear of reprisal or simply making someone of another hue feel comfortable when displaying their African pride.
The social philosophy of Afrikanda also includes that Africans should be mindful of the “Rise Up” principles:
Respect each other
Strength in Numbers
Excellence in all we do
Prudence is a virtue
Our economic philosophy is predicated on the premise that Africans in America and Africans throughout the Diaspora must own, operate and control the economy of their communities. This means that areas that as a culture Black peoples must produce, supply, manufacture, distribute, wholesale, retail, and buy their own goods or services. Areas that are densely populated with African peoples should be commensurate to the business ownerships of those communities.
For example, if a community is 50% - 80% Black then the businesses of that community should be 50% - 80% Black owned. This includes corporate enterprises such as banks, supermarkets, car dealerships, insurance companies, and other like entities.
This philosophy is practiced by other groups hence should also be practiced by Africans. It’s absolutely critical that African peoples execute this philosophy whenever and wherever possible.
Be part of a dynamic community driving real change for lasting impact, together!