Dr. Surendra Kaushik (June 21, 1944 – July 30, 2014)
Memorial service to celebrate and remember the life of Dr. Surendra K. Kaushik
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Time: 2pm to 6pm
Location: Pace University
Evelyn and Joseph I. Lubin Graduate Center
1 Martine Avenue
White Plains, New York 10606
Rooms 206 and 208 – 2nd floor
The memorial service will be followed by a reception.
Parking garage tickets will be validated by the security guard on the first floor All proceeds will benefit the Mrs. Helena Kaushik Women’s College.
Tax-deductible contributions can be made to:
Helena Kaushik Education Foundation, PO Box 234, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
Dr. Kaushik taught economics at Pace University and was a recipient of several prestigious academic achievement awards including the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award (PBSA). He was a true champion of women empowerment in India, Africa, and in America.
Dr. Surendra Kaushik had contributed enormously to the development of African Views, including extending scholarship to women and girls from Africa and beyond. His absence leaves a monumental void in our board. Our prayers are with his family and we urge those who can to please join the subsequent ceremonies.
US- Africa Leaders Summit 2014
The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit concluded on August 6, 2014 in Washington DC after 50 African countries and U.S. government officials as well as over 1000 business leaders, 1000 Media representatives from the US, Africa and other parts of the world met, shared opinions, and announced billions in public and private sector commitments to enhance trade, investment and security across Africa. Two key highlights of the summit were 1) the AGOA Forum, where Obama administration officials outlined the government’s comprehensive strategy for extending and updating the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), and 2) the U.S.-Africa Business Forum, where more than $33 billion in business deals were struck between African and U.S. government and business leaders. African Views was among the attendees and encourages audience across the world to look forward to its detail report on the event - consisting of transcript and pictures of various forums during the summit -- and analysis of the conducts, opinions, performances, and expectations of the participants and observers. Anyway we’re very excited at AV about this new opportunity. We believe this renewed U.S.-Africa relationship can be a game-changer in how immediate challenges are met in Africa.
Event Report: http://www.whitehouse.gov/us-africa-leaders-summit
Business forum: http://www.bloomberg.com/bmia
Here is a list of challenges facing Africa by country-specific prevalence and make sure your concern is represented too: http://bit.ly/africanproblems
African Identity Articles:
- Cultural Charter For Africa
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- What is African?
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- Issue Of Race
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African Views Association for Women Advancement (AVAWA) is a concept of grouping women together as an association in urban and rural African communities. AVAWA’s mission is to advance the status of women and girls by forging a strategic alliance between people and organizations committing to improve the environment through education on health, economic well-being of the community. PINK AFRICA project is being built up for the Women Advancemnt Summit in Senegal.