The Cameroon American Council's National African Immigrant and Refugees Health Advocate Program (AIR Health), is delighted to invite you all to a dinner reception in honor of Actress and AIDS Activist Sheryl Lee Ralph.
The dinner is slated for Thursday, July 26th from 6:30PM to 9:30PM at the Hampton Conference Center, 207 W Hampton Pl, Capitol Heights, Maryland.
Ms. Sheryl Lee Ralph recently traced her DNA to the Tikar tribe of Cameroon. This event will serve as a 'welcome home' as she gets to meet the vibrant Cameroonian and African Community in the DMV area.
This one of a kind event is Co-Sponsored by the V.K. Nyambi Foundation, The Cameroon Royal Council, Cameroon Medical Mission, Miss Africa USA Organization, Louis Diene Faye Foundation, Ekpe USA, The North West Fon's Council, Focal Point Global, African Hope Committee, VEMCO, Mbem Cultural Association, Nde Fraternity and more confirming.
This event will Feature Special Guests and Speakers from: The Obama Administration, The State of Maryland, DC Government and African Faith based and community leaders working on HIV/AIDS in the African Immigrant community.
His Excellency Ambassador Joseph Charles Bienvenue Foe-Atangana, Cameroon's Ambassador to The United States of America will grace this occasion.
Guests will be treated to a Fashion show, Traditional and Contemporary African dance performance, African Gospel Music and an African dinner.
The event is FREE and OPEN to the public. You are strongly encouraged to Register and confirm your attendance.
OR call 202 641 0273
|the Africa Channel|
Watch U.S. actress Sheryl Lee Ralph speaks of the importance of reconnecting to her ancestry in Cameroon. The African-American took a DNA test that identified her ancestors to have come from the Tikar ethnic group in the west-central African country.
Sheryl Le Ralph was nominated for Broadway's 1982 Tony Award as Best Actress (Musical) for "Dreamgirls and starred in the movie Sister Act 2.
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