Conference Supporting Afro-Colombian Student Achievement
After Session In-School Activities Do Not Exist
Community Leaders Working for a Change
A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste
A Community in Hostage
Develop an international partnership for development

Our Perspective


Identifying with an Afro-American living in any city in the United States with an Afro-American living in any city in Colombia is only a matter of perspective. African Americans live in all the countries that make up the Americas, North, Central, and South America and the African family has been separated as a result of colonialism and imperialism. Regardless of what country in the Americas African people live, the suffering and denial of the same privileges and opportunities afforded to the status quo, who have inherited and prospered from the spoils of colonialism, continues unabatedly and without mercy.

Afro-Americans in the United States fought decades to obtain equality in education and in educational opportunities. Once received, they applied their knowledge and skills and improved their economic status while simultaneously building thriving and prosperous communities. Afro-Colombians are in the same position today as were Afro-Americans in the United States in the late 60’s. They are still pursuing deliberate and impactful educational opportunities.

Books written in English (at any level of comprehension) will offer resources to the BHR Inc. that will assist our organizers and volunteers in the implementation of “community based English learning classes” here in Cali, Colombia. The acquisition of the English language can open doors and create avenues to bring many children out of their impoverished conditions and into a higher standard of living. The more materials we can receive the more hands-on-minds-on learning can take place. It is the purpose of The BHR to make a difference in the lives of Afro-American children here in Colombian as was our focus in the lives of many Afro-American children in the United States.

What We Do
The BHR Development Program (BHRDP) is the Black Heritage Rider’s Latin American development network, advocating for change and connecting the Americas to knowledge, experience and resources that help Afro-Colombians build better lives. In Cali, Colombia the BHRDP works to promote development activities that are beneficial to the Afro-Colombian communities. We support growth which creates more and better economic and social opportunities, without harming the environment.
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