Hon. British PM Theresa May : “Dear Caroline…Hello Dr. Caroline 
We’re pleased to say we’ve finally received a response from Prime Minister Theresa May to the petition you and 50,000 other supporters signed last autumn. In her letter to our Chief Executive, Michael G., she says that her government is 'committed to creating a trade policy that will work for everyone, including the world’s poorest.'We’ve now got a clear commitment to ensuring the UK’s trade works for the poorest. But the campaign isn’t over yet.

Honorable President Barack Obama: “Dear Caroline…Thank you for being part of the most open inauguration in our nation's history. As we begin the work of remaking America, we must draw on the common hopes that brought us together this week. I'm counting on you to keep the spirit of unity and service alive… how you can get involved in the work ahead. We face many challenges… we have seen, time and time again, that there are no limits to what we can accomplish when we stand together. Our journey is just beginning. Thank you for all you do,..." Barack

Honorable President William Clinton: “As we prepare to meet the challenges of the 21st Century, it is important to me that I know the thoughts and experiences of people who care about the future of America and our world. I’m confident that, working together, we can protect our shared values and meet our common challenges.”

Honorable President George W. Bush: “ RA National Proclamation – As we celebrate National African American History Month, we recognize the many contributions of African Americans to our country and reinforce our commitment to be a Nation of opportunity and hope for every citizen...Working together...will continue to foster hope and build a better tomorrow for all our children and grandchildren...”

Hon. First Lady/Senator H.R. Clinton "In its children resides each nation's greatest treasure (...) I commend you for your hard work, your compassion and your dedication (…) We must all work together to make sure that every child has the opportunity to live up to his/her God-given promise (…) I encourage your continued commitment to this important cause".

Hon. Mayor Bloomberg: “Dear Dr. Hoth…Your organization has provided tremendous support to the people of New York City and I promise to do my best to make New York City a better place for all to live. Many thanks… “

Majority Leader Hon.Senator Trent Lott: “I appreciate receiving this recognition based upon my philosophy and record and I am indeed honored to be the recipient of this award.”

Hon.President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea: “I commend your commitment and work to end hunger, war and poverty in Africa through educating the youth. It is a noble cause (…)The future of our continent depends on our combined effort in this task(…) The people of Eritrea fully remember the principled support extended to them by Remember Africa during the trying times of war(…)”

Hon. Congressman Charles Rangel (…) “The topics you have selected for discussion are most appropriate during this turbulent time of youth violence and the tragedy resulting from such violence.(…) I wish you success in your endeavors as you seek to empower our youth”

Hon.President Laurent Kabila of DR of Congo: “I’m very happy to receive this beautiful Award. To express my gratitude, I would like to invite you to Kinshasa-Congo..."

Hon. Dr. Peter Ross: "Remember Africa Organization raises funds in the US to help with some of the numerous challenges facing sub-

Saharan Africa … for education and health initiatives and handles publicity…energetically lobbied for the African, Caribbean and Latin trade bill successfully passed by Congress…for Free Trade and improve the quality of trade and Tariff regulation… "

Hon. Jena Roscoe Director-The White House Office of Public Liaison:“Thank you for sending the letter to the President expressing support for the African Growth and Opportunity Act. It is important for the administration to note the individuals in organizations that are in support of this African Trade Bill. President Clinton believes this legislation will “offer the opportunity for increased trade and investment between the U.S. and Africa to the mutual benefit of both.”(…) Again, thank you for your letter sharing support for the A.G.O.A.

Andre J. Hornsby, Superintendent of schools - Yonkers Public Schools: want to thank and acknowledge you and the entire dedicated and hard-working individual associated with your organization for according me this honor. I commend you for the work that you do to identify and resolve global issues that impact the continent of Africa and its people throughout the world.

Remember Africa In the News

By the NY Daily News – Remember Africa “Youth Power”: Remember Africaholds a youth empowerment reception to help young people understand themselves and to help build self-esteem, communication and character skills.
By The Journal News: Remember Africais an organization that promotes education for children…

By Far Rockaway Penny Saver: Remember Africa is an organization formed to promote and support the literacy drive in America, the Caribbean andthe African continent. (...) Through coordinated projects with the UN, IRC, local governments public and private schools, Remember Africa is able to develop internal exchanges and services.

By Caribbean Life: Remember Africa's Youth Empowerment Drive. Remember Africa focuses on providing education and motivation to children andyouth in Africa and all over the world. Remember Africa aims to empower youth for the 21th century by communicating the wrong and the right. Says Dr. Hoth: "Let us continue helping our youth to understand themselves by showing them more love and building up their self-esteem, communication and character skill.

By Black Diaspora Magazine: “Remember Africa is comprised of a diverse Board of Directors. The organization promotes and supports literacy drives in America, the Caribbean and the African Continent».By Caribbean Update–Channel 12, LULU.COM, ABC News,&UPN 9

Thanking AMINA MAGAZINE, ERITREA, ETHIOPIA, LONDON, DRC, &Cameroon Press & Media: Tribune, Mutations, Le Jour, Situation,

BRINGING THE WORLD TOGETHER THRU BETTER EDUCATION, PEACE HEALTHCARE, HI-TECH-TELECOMS INVESTMENTS, LITERACY DRIVE, AGRICULTURE & INTL ECONOMIC TRADES-AGOA. REMEMBER AFRICA is an Organization comprised of very talented and skilled individuals who specialize in areas from educational research to health care, agriculture, art, social justice, international economic trades

, studies, and computer technology. This team has developed a division within REMEMBER AFRICA with responsibilities dedicated solely to the distribution of donations and funds received from sponsors, members, friends, partners, Governments, and corporations for the education, training, jobs creation, health and well being of the African, Caribbean and African-American youth. Read More....