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Ribbon of Africa asks, "What does Africa Day mean to You?"

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Ribbon of Africa celebrates ALL Africans on Africa Day! Africa Day is the annual commemoration on May 25 of the 1963 founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). The name and date of Africa Day has been retained as a celebration of African unity. On this day we embrace the great achievements Africans around the world, whilst not forgetting those less fortunate ie. those whose lives are touched by war, poverty and disease. Thank you to our gorgeous interviewees for helping to share the love. They all live in Australia, and are doing AMAZING things to support, encourage and inspire the African community. Dr Peter Mbago Wakholi, renowned African Australian author (Uganda) Fadzai Matambanadzo, founder of The African Dream Benefit charity (Zimbabwe) Tande Chaila, founder of The Zambian Oracle Association (Zambia) Grace Barbe, award-winning Afro-funk singer (Seychelles) Virginia Henriques and the South African Gospel Choir (South Africa) Wajipha Chongwe, cultural awareness educator, performer and artist (Zambia/ Australia) Lucy Aboagye, designer/director of emerging fashion label NanaYaa Aboagye (Ghana) Bertha Dzvukamanja, construction industry professional (Zimbabwe) Georgia Efford, director of The Uthando Project Inc (Australia) Sarah, Mercy and Mirembe Wakholi (Uganda) Remy Rajan (India) Happy Africa Day from Ribbon of Africa! Love from Taku Scrutton, director of Ribbon of Africa (Zimbabwe) www.facebook.com/ribbonofafrica