Africa Media-Image Project, Inc. (AMIP) is a U.S.-based, education oriented, multi-media organization working to bridge the information gap between the United States and African countries. Using innovative and relatable media programs and products designed to correct misinformation about each region and address media stereotypes, the organization and its subsidiaries AMIP News (www.amipnewsonline.org) and AMIP Productions, focuses on covering and distributing news on all the important developments that transpire between the United States and African countries. The organization is credited with creating the Africa Minute TV/Online Series™, African Ambassador News Conference Series™, The United States & (African Country) History/ Picture Book Series and The African President U.S. State Visit Documentary Series. AMIP also advises various African governments and embassies on media related matters within the U.S. market. AMIP’s vision is to re-present Africa in U.S. media and better educate Africans about the American people. The organization’s operations is overseen by an international board of educators, broadcasters, authors and Africanists resident in the United States, the United Kingdom, South Africa and Ghana. The organization is tax exempt – 501(c)(3) – and eligible to receive charitable contributions.
Hon. Kojo Yankah
President, African University College of Communications- Accra, Ghana
President & CEO, Africa Media-Image Project, Inc. – Washington, DC
W. Stephen Howard Ph. D.
Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies
Director, African Studies and the Institute of the African Child
Dwight Williams Ph.D., P.E.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology- Cambridge, Massachusetts
William H. Smitty Smith, Ed.D.
Executive Director, National Center for Race Amity
Wheelock College, Boston, Massachusetts
Vice President, Africa Media-Image Project, Inc. – Washington, DC
Cephas Narh Ed.D.
Central University College – Accra, Ghana
Ed-Link – Tulsa, Oklahoma
University of East London – United Kingdom
Director, Moments Entertainment – South Africa
Rev. Fred Brako
Drexel University – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rev. J.B. Danquah Tabbi
Danquah Tabbi Ventures – Middletown, Delaware
AMIP News / AMIP Productions
C/o Africa Media-Image Project, Inc.
PO Box 1090
Washington, DC 20013
Tel: 202 460 3912 / 3906
Fax: 267 873 9074