Africa News Night on World Press Freedom Day 2019! 


As we spring into another season in the United States – we at Africa Agenda say best wishes to you and your family. We thank you for staying with us!

As an organization we are heading into the celebration of World Press Freedom Day 2019. The day is not just another big day for media people, its symbolic of the very mission of Africa Agenda. For the last five years our organization has led the celebrations in Denver with the unique education programs that we provide that shine a light on media issues that impact the news and African continent.

This year – on Friday, May 3 or World Press Freedom Day 2019– we’ll hold an Africa News Night event at our Posner Center office in honor of the many men and women who provide vital news and information to the African people and continent.


Africa Agenda is driven by the need to change the one-sided narrative of African News. We use this website, journalistic tools, and events, including the Africa News Matters website, as platforms for critical engagement and news analysis about the African continent.Founded on December 11, 2004 by George Bamu and formed as a 501C(3) non-profit organization, governed under Colorado State and the Internal Revenue Service(IRS) laws, Africa Agenda’s mission is to promote positive African News through engagement with the community, mass media outlets, leaders and lay people.

More than an information portal, Africa Agenda is a news media and education organization and a work in progress.


Africa Agenda strives to highlight positive, unbiased news about Africa.
When you support the work of Africa Agenda, you help inform the community – one person at a time.