FREE Trip to Africa!
We are enrolling 100 students and 50 adult group leaders. Don't miss your FREE trip to Africa, register today!
About The African Genesis Institute
African Genesis Institute is a “school without walls” focused on developing an understanding and awareness of the African experience in America. Our flagship program, which includes our Free Trip to Africa, is a proactive, 3 semester, educational and cultural program for African American and Latino youth between the ages of 7 and 14. We also offer a series of cultural trips, learning sessions, and other events during the year which are open to the public.
Watch an Interview with our Founders
Watch the in-depth interview with our Founders, Ali and Helen Salahuddin, about the African Genesis Institute and learn more about how you can participate in our exciting program and travel to the Motherland, free of charge!
Travel with Us!
The Black Baltimore Tour
Visit sites that are relative to the history of African-Americans in Baltimore such as the Orchard Street Church, Lexington Market and the Great Blacks in Wax Museum.
The Slave Trail Tour
Experience what our foreparents endured as they walked from the James River, where the slave ships landed, to the auction block in Richmond, VA
The Black Philadelphia Tour
Visit sites that are relative to the history of African-Americans in Philadelphia such as Mother Bethel Church, the Liberty Bell, the first White House and the African American Museum.
Enrolled for Your FREE Trip to Egypt:
Sunday, February 22 at 2PM
African American Museum
701 Arch Street, Phila., PA 19106 Click here to RSVP
Your tax-decuctible donation helps African American and Latino youth continue to learn about their ancestors and ancestoral homeland!
By becoming a Corporate Sponsor or Business Partner, your company will support African Genesis with our continued efforts to educate African American and Latino youth, nationwide. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Africa is the world's second largest continent. It accounts for about 15% of the world's population.