Become a Member

AIC Membership

The backbone of the African Immigrant Caucus (AIC) is its members. AIC members share a commitment to ensuring that government and politicians respond to the needs and concerns of Africans in the Diaspora, and that keep their pledge of liberty and justice for all. Joining AIC means so much more than membership within an organization — you become a part of a community. You become part of a powerful network influencing political, social and economic issues of Africans in the diaspora. As a community of Africans in the Diaspora, we leverage our power in numbers to effect change.

Who Can Become a Member?

An official member of AIC is any individual from the African Diaspora or institutions whose members comprise of people of African descent. Membership is designed to allow civic-minded businesses, institutions and individuals to show support for AIC’s mission and to establish a strong connection with the African Diaspora.

Corporate
$1,200

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Non-Profit Institutions
$600

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Perfect for churches or NGOs

Individual
$120

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Student
$30

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To remain an active AIC member in good standing, an individual or institution must:

  1. Keep membership current.
  2. Participate in and show support for AIC events and programs (e.g., meetings, community outreach, convention, etc.).
  3. Actively support AIC’s mission and efforts to build power, to be the voice of the African Diaspora and to advocate for/address issues (regulations, policies, practices) that impact the African Diaspora.