Pan African Community of Central New York (PACCNY)

PACCNY seeks to create a platform for the promotion of debate, ideas, and activities that strengthen the historical bonds that have united people of African origin on the continent and in the Diaspora through years of political, cultural, and economic struggles against dehumanization by slavery, imperialism, colonialism and neocolonialism. It seeks to provide space for an agenda that promotes and celebrates the efforts of people of African origin towards self-assertion, human dignity and self-determination. Internationalist in vision, PACCNY also seeks to engage in activities that promote understanding among all global communities, especially those who suffer from oppressive structures and systems.

About Us 




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                                                President 

                                                Micere Githae Mugo




                                               Vice President

                                               Charles Anderson




​                                              Secretary

                                              Mumbi wa Mugo




                                             Assistant Secretary

                                             Zaline Makini Roy-Campbell


                                       

​                                            Treasurer 

                                            Kofi Addai




                                           Assistant Treasurer

                                           Mark Muthumbi




                                          Public Relations Officer

                                          Raymond Francis




                                          Assistant Public Relations Officer

                                          Hdayatu Salawu




                                         Member-at-Large

                                          Horace Campbell




                                         Member-at-Large

                                         Dithole was Thebe




                                        ​Member-at-Large

                                        Sol Salahou