Africa in the Rockies is a registered non-profit based in Boulder, Colorado. Our goal is to increase social awareness and knowledge of Africa by providing information, materials and services to local schools, libraries, media and communities. By providing comprehensive information, we hope to motivate individuals and organizations towards positive action and support of sustainable policies, as well as fostering an understanding and appreciation of a complex continent.
“We have a legal and moral obligation to protect people fleeing bombs, bullets and tyrants, and throughout history, those people have enriched our society.”—Juliet Stevenson “It is the obligation of every person born in a safer room to open the door when someone in danger knocks.”— Dina Nayeri “Give me your tired, your poor, your
Whether you call Africa home, or love trying global cuisine, you will be happy to know that the Denver area offers a variety of African dining options. The sizeable African diaspora in Colorado has created a rich and vibrant culinary scene for all to enjoy. Here’s a list of our favorites! Sudan
Africa in The Rockies would like to thank everyone who dreamed of outfitting 12 African women head-to-toe in appropriate outdoor gear to climb a mountain. The project was inspired by our local friend Patty; when she climbed Kilimanjaro several years ago, she spoke with her porter about the lack of women working in the adventure
Africa in the Rockies supports sustainable African products sold in a fair way; with the goal being for artisans to get as much of the profit from their goods as possible. It is unfortunate that many goods made in Africa are sold at a dramatic mark-up without much of the profit benefiting African artisans and
Having a disability is hard anywhere in the world. But it is especially hard in Africa. “Fewer than 5% of adults living with disabilities across Africa are able to read or write. People living with disabilities deserve, need and want the chance to fully participate in and contribute to their community, and education is an
HOW COLORADANS CAN HELP STOP THE UNSUSTAINABLE PALM OIL INDUSTRY.