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Colors of Africa Foundation Tackles Tough Social Issues Through Entertainment:  In collaboration with Royal Gold International and Jouons FC the foundation kicks off with a soccer clinic 

Giving back to the community sometimes involves bringing people together and working toward a single cause. Colors of Africa Foundation, a non profit organization established to be the third pillar of social change, did just that, this weekend.  Their objective is to use entertainment as a vehicle against injustice.  In collaboration with Royal Gold International and Jouons FC, they hosted a soccer clinic for kids within the Washington D.C area.  I had the opportunity to witness the activity.  It was amazing to watch those young kids displayed their talent.  I was honored to be a part of such great initiative.  Check out few photos below.  


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