As Africa celebrates its independence from colonial rule, it’s important to remember that independence is still an aspiration.
That’s why it’s crucial to get out and show the world the world what Africa is doing, whether that’s with your daily activities, your political activism, your personal engagement.
Here are some key things you need to know.1.
Africa’s independence day is on September 21st, but the day is not only about independence.
It’s also about celebration of the nation and the people.
It marks the day that African independence was formally recognized as the nation’s right.2.
Africa will celebrate its independence on the day of the sun.
There are a few other reasons why African independence day will be observed on September 20th.
Here’s the full list.3.
In Africa, it is the right of all people to choose their own destiny.
It is also the right to choose our own future, but also the duty to ensure that our country and our people are not left behind by others.
This includes all the nations of the continent, from Africa to South Africa, and even countries in the Caribbean, the Middle East and Central Asia.
This is also known as the “African Charter of Human Rights.”4.
African independence is the only possible path to freedom and independence.
The only way out is to make sure that our nation is free, and this means we must always make our independence and freedom our highest priorities.5.
Freedom and independence are the two most important principles of the African Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The African Charter is the cornerstone of a strong and prosperous African democracy.
This document has been endorsed by nearly every African leader.
The Charter is also a foundation of human rights, including the Universal Declaration of Human Freedoms, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the African Union Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.6.
Independence is a way to make a mark on the world.
It means you’re putting your heart and soul into your country, your people, your culture and your future.
In the words of one of the founders of the Charter, “Freedom is the greatest gift of all.
And independence is a sign of a nation’s commitment to the future of its people and to its own destiny.”7.
Independence Day is not a national holiday, but a global day of celebration.
People of all nationalities, races and religions can participate, and many countries will hold celebrations and other events to mark the day.8.
Independence day is an opportunity for everyone to have a say in shaping the country and the future.
It also is an occasion for us to look forward to the day when the people of Africa will decide their future for themselves, as citizens of the world, by choosing their own fate.9.
The Declaration of Independence was signed by a group of African leaders in 1776, when the first Africans arrived in the Americas.
In 1803, African independence began, and it is now one of Africa’s oldest and most important rights.
The National Geographic Africa blog provides a look at the story of Africa.