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Daylight Africa Week is an annual event founded and initiated by Sheikh Musa Drammeh, a Pan-African American community activist. It is a celebration and showcase of the development, beauty, lifestyle, culture, and opportunities available in the African continent and a platform for Transatlantic Family Reunification. In other words, the event aims to bridge the gap between African Americans and Africans, fostering a sense of unity and understanding.

During Daylight Africa Week, participants embark on a transformative journey, exploring various African countries and immersing themselves in the rich tapestry of African culture. The week-long event includes visits to historical and memorable sites, such as Senegal's Dakar and Goree Island, and Gambia's Banjul, Bakau Kachikaly Crocodile Farm, and Kunta Kinteh Island. The itinerary also encompasses education forums, film screenings, official project launches, and engaging with local communities and dignitaries. Through these activities, Daylight Africa Week aims to promote cultural exchange, knowledge sharing, and collaborative initiatives for the betterment of both African Americans and Africans.

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