Community

Association des Senegalais d'Amerique (ASA)

Créée en 1988 sous le nom de l’ Association Nationale des Sénégalais d’ Amérique (ANSA) et plus tard de l’Association des Sénégalais d’ Amérique (ASA) par l’ Assemblée Générale ordinaire de Janvier 1994, l’ ASA s’était fixée dés le début de sa création de rassembler tous les sénégalais qui résident aux Etats-Unis sans distinction de leurs convictions religieuses, politiques et philosophiques.

SOS Casamance

SOS CASAMANCE est une association régie par la loi 1901. Créée en France en 2006, l’organisation s’est fixée pour mission de promouvoir la paix en Casamance tout en œuvrant pour le développement global de la région.

Catalunya-Casamance

Catalunya-Casamance is a nonprofit organisation, run by a group of Catalans and the “diola” ethnic group of the Senegalese population. Our object is to contribute to the development of the region of Casamance (Senegal), where we have been working since 2007. We are legally registered under the Organisation Registry Agency of Catalunya in Spain and Senegal.

Ambassade du Sénégal

In fulfilling it mission, the Counselor Minister Chief of Economic Office under his Excellency the Ambassador of Senegal in the United States of America is guided by the main Foreign Policy principles and goals which are rooted in the Constitution Program of the Government and the Transformational Agenda of Senegal and also in the provisions of International Law.

Jul23
2018
filed under: NEWS + EVENTS
Recognizing My Truth

They don’t tell you about the lies you’ll tell others and yourself. In high school health classes, when you briefly talk about (if at all) eating disorders, you learn about starving and binging and purging. Sometimes it’s accompanied by a Lifetime movie from the 90s or a slideshow featuring a sickly-looking celebrity. But they never talk about the lies.

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Jul23
2018
filed under: AUTHORS
Recognizing My Truth

They don’t tell you about the lies you’ll tell others and yourself. In high school health classes, when you briefly talk about (if at all) eating disorders, you learn about starving and binging and purging. Sometimes it’s accompanied by a Lifetime movie from the 90s or a slideshow featuring a sickly-looking celebrity. But they never talk about the lies.

Continue reading