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Cassandra Jennings
Cassandra Jennings
NCBM ACA Follow Up Email
Thursday, August 22, 2013 12:49:13 PM
NCBM ACA Cover Letter 8-19-13 Final.docx
NCBM ACA Commitment Checklist 8.13.13.docx
ACA Health Insurance Marketplace Toolkit - FINAL.pdf

From: Kevin Johnson <mayorjohnson@kevinjohnson.com>
Date: Monday, August 19, 2013 4:57 PM
To: Kevin Johnson <mayorjohnson@kevinjohnson.com>
Subject: ncbm affordable care act outreach initiative (reply by email or fax requested)
dear members of the national conference of black mayors,
thank you to those who were able to join our conference call on the ncbm affordable care act
outreach initiative with secretary kathleen sebelius & paul dioguardi from hhs. i was inspired
and moved by your deep commitment to enroll your communities in life-saving healthcare.
as secretary sebelius mentioned, mayors are on the front lines in making this law work for all
americans.
the ncbm's goal is ambitious but well within what our great organization can accomplish:
enroll 100,000 americans in health insurance, or 10% of our cities’ & states’ uninsured.  
here are our goals and what we want every mayor to pledge to do:
1. 100 mayors – please commit to join our effort and get 3-5 mayors to do the same. i
have attached a commitment letter for you to sign. please return it to cassandra
jennings by friday, august 30th (cjennings@cityofsacramento.org; fax 916.808.7456)
2. 1000 actions – look  at the provided toolkit for resources on how to educate & engage
your constituents. we want every mayor to take 10 actions.
we will have another call in september to check in on our progress & exchange best practices.
key resources
below are resources mentioned in today’s call that i thought would be helpful to you and
your constituents:
marketplace.cms.gov
healthcare.gov
24/7 call center 800.318.2596 (in 150 languages)
or for those who missed today’s call, there will be a general call tomorrow, august 20,
at 1:00 pm with secretary sebelius for local elected officials countrywide that will
review some of the same topics. click here to rsvp and receive the call-in information.
thanks for supporting our organization and the health of your constituents. and kudos to
mayor goodall of forest heights, md & mayor bryant of forrest city, ar for being the first 2
mayors to send in their letters!
kevin

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Cassandra Jennings
ejackson@savannahga.gov
Participation Requested
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:42:28 AM

Hi Mayor Jackson,
 
I hope that you can join in on the following 2 conference calls:
 
1. Thursday, Aug 15, 12 PM ET         Update with Mayor Kevin Johnson and 7 other mayors on
latest with NCBM. Some factual and disturbing info.
2. Monday, Aug 19, 1:30 ET               Call with White House and Secretary Sebelius regarding
Affordable Care Act and resources for NCBM
 
Please let me know if you can participate.
 
Cassandra H. B. Jennings
Senior Advisor
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson
cjennings@cityofsacramento.org
916-808-1018
916-919-7766 cell
 

 
 
 

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Gloria.Gardner@bpunltd.com
Mayor@kevinjohnson.com; Mayor Johnson
Winfred Lewis
[FWD: RE: [FWD: BroadcastPUBLISHING, Inc. "Smart City" Initiative]]
Thursday, May 30, 2013 4:21:37 AM
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Ms. West,
I hope you are having a great day!
The correspondence below was sent to Mayor Johnson in January and I received
a response from you in February.  Since this date, Mr. Willie Picket of Sacrament
has had various conversations with Mayor Johnson about me and my company. 
My staff and I are attending the NCBM in Atlanta for the rest of this week.  Do
you think that Mayor Johnson will find about 30 minutes to sit and speak with
me about what we have to offer the City of Sacramento?
I had the occasion to see him last evening.  However, I didn't want to impose or
to push my way into speaking with him.  I do understand that he has to prepare
to speak to the entire body this week.
Please call me, at your convenience with a response when you have an answer at
843-597-2211.  In the meantime, this is the link to our restricted company
website: bstreetsigns.com for your review, as well as his, if necessary.
Best Regards,
Gloria E. Gardner
Business Developer Director of Administration and Resource
BroadcastPUBLISHING Unlimited, Inc.
Phone: 843-597-2211
email: gloria.gardner@bpunltd.com
"We Bring Your City to Life"
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circumstances, you are advised that you may not disclose, copy, distribute or take any other
action in reliance on the information transmitted.

-------- Original Message -------Subject: RE: [FWD: BroadcastPUBLISHING, Inc. "Smart City" Initiative]
From: Kevin Johnson <mayor@kevinjohnson.com>
Date: Tue, February 12, 2013 4:52 pm
To: "Gloria.Gardner@bpunltd.com" <Gloria.Gardner@bpunltd.com>
Hello Ms. Gardner,
On behalf of Mayor Johnson, thank you for the information.
Sincerely,

Nicole West
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson
From: Gloria.Gardner@bpunltd.com [Gloria.Gardner@bpunltd.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2013 10:34 AM
To: Kevin Johnson
Cc: Winfred Lewis
Subject: [FWD: BroadcastPUBLISHING, Inc. "Smart City" Initiative]
Mayor,
I am forwarding you my previous email sent to the city email address
(mayor@cityofsacramento.org).  However, a friend, Willie Pickett and my
cousin Charles Kidd (Kid's Sports Gym) thought this would be the best
email to use in an attempt to contact you directly.
-------- Original Message -------Subject: BroadcastPUBLISHING, Inc. "Smart City" Initiative
From: <Gloria.Gardner@bpunltd.com>
Date: Mon, January 28, 2013 4:06 pm
To: mayor@cityofsacramento.org
Cc: "Winfred Lewis" <winfred.lewis@bpunltd.com>
January 28, 2013
The Honorable Kevin M. Johnson
915 I Street, 5th Floor Mail Code 09100
Sacramento, California 95814
Dear Mayor Johnson:
Mayors across the United States are challenged with bringing their
municipality into compliance with a federal mandate to enhance its
infrastructure for the purpose of improving safety and sign visibility within
their communities.
BroadcastPUBLISHING Unlimited, Inc. (BPU, Inc.) is pleased to present
the City of Sacramento, CA with the opportunity to implement a �Smart
City� initiative (utilizing your street name signs) and help you enhance
businesses and residents by providing a platform to create new economic
opportunities, improve education and ultimately retain residents and
retrain others in your community.  We are leading cities all the way
through the federal mandate compliance with our initiative to guide them
through the federally mandated street sign transformation that addresses
multiple issues.
Our solution will creatively advance your city�s infrastructure to be
MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Device) compliant, ecofriendly, state-of-the art ready, engaging to local residents and tourists,
and an attraction for local and corporate funding, annually.
This advancement will integrate various "state-of-the-art" media that will
allow any content to be controlled and updated on-demand 24/7 by the

municipality directly through its street name signs. In an effort to
discourage sign theft, we offer geo-location and tracking to deter sign
theft.  The same framework will assist cities with Inventory Management
of its street signs which is also a requirement of the MUTCD.
Please go to the link, which will explain more of how we can assist you
and your city, as well as, explore this opportunity that is now afforded to
every city in the United States further: www.bstreetsigns.com
We know that your position does not afford you an excessive amount of
free time during any given day, but it is my hope that you will take some
time to review the site and contact us so that we can discuss this subject
further.  Your city can be one of the first cities nationwide to implement
this product. I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity by calling
us at 843-608-9743 or take advantage of this opportunity to affordably
meet federal compliance and place your city on the map as the newest
�Smart City� in America by requesting a face to face presentation via
the website.
Call us today!  We would not want you to miss out on this opportunity!

Gloria E. Gardner
Business Developer Director of Administration and Resource
BroadcastPUBLISHING Unlimited, Inc.
Cell: 843-597-2211
Phone: 843-608-9743
mail: gloria.gardner@bpunltd.com
cc: Winfred Lewis, CEO
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mariah.omkj@gmail.com
tracydstigler@gmail.com; k_patterson4@u.pacific.edu; afoster@studentsfirst.org; alex.omkj@gmail.com;
chanee.anderson@gmail.com; aaron.omkj@gmail.com; Cassandra Jennings; meera.krishnan3109@gmail.com;
asha.canady@gmail.com; draishalowe@gmail.com; mariah.omkj@gmail.com
aaron.omkj@gmail.com; draishalowe@gmail.com; tracydstigler@gmail.com; asha.canady@gmail.com;
chanee.anderson@gmail.com; k_patterson4@u.pacific.edu; alex.omkj@gmail.com; Cassandra Jennings;
meera.krishnan3109@gmail.com; afoster@studentsfirst.org
[Update] NCBM Morning Check-In
Monday, July 08, 2013 8:32:59 AM

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Team - we will meet at 9am when most people arrive. We are primarily meeting to
sync up on the week ahead for those that are not traveling.
Dial in is 805-360-1000 (code: 168362)
Thanks,
Mariah
NCBM Morning Check-In
When

Mon Jul 8, 2013 8:30am ? 9:30am Pacific Time

Where

Phoenix Room; Dial in (805-360-1000) Code (168362) (map)

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Mariah Sheriff - organizer
Alex Brakebill
Meera Krishnan
Asha Canady
Aisha Lowe
aaron.omkj@gmail.com
Chanee Anderson
Tracy Stigler
Kellan Patterson
afoster@studentsfirst.org
cjennings@cityofsacramento.org

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Josh Rosa
Daniel Conway; Patti Bisharat; Mariah Sheriff
"Extra Credit"?
Monday, October 28, 2013 5:54:37 PM
Sacramento Tomorrow Game Plan.pdf

Hi Daniel, Patti, and Mariah,
I felt compelled to update my "game plan" for Sacramento Tomorrow when I had an
additional, pivotal thought.
I was thinking about what the Mayor had said about searching for that main "it"
issue that unifies all of USCM's mayors-- And the answer that occurred to me, I
think, intersects nicely with SMI. I suggest a central theme of the Mayor's presidency
of USCM might be " Thinking about city-government differently," insofar as the
country's big-city mayors are increasingly emerging as a source of leadership on
national issues.
Voters are universally disappointed with the federal government these days. The
desire for an alternative source of leadership is something that unites progressives,
conservatives, and everyone in between. The USCM can highlight the major, recent
accomplishments of big-city mayors like Rahm Emanuel, Michael Bloomberg, and
Cory Booker-- Then, Sacramento Tomorrow underscores the contrast between these
cities' strong-mayor system and Sacramento's weak-mayor system.
While this suggestion doesn't yet answer the Mayor's search for a specific policy
issue for USCM, I think it is something cities will get behind, and it might re-frame
the conversation in Sacramento about city charter reform.
I've attached an updated Game Plan and would be delighted if you gave it a look.
I would be very interested to hear your thoughts.
Thank you again for the great conversations we have had over the last two months.
I hope for the privilege of having many more.
Josh Rosa
916-531-5723
 

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Josh Rosa
Daniel Conway; Patti Bisharat; Mariah Sheriff
"Extra Credit"?
Monday, October 28, 2013 5:54:37 PM
Sacramento Tomorrow Game Plan.pdf

Hi Daniel, Patti, and Mariah,
I felt compelled to update my "game plan" for Sacramento Tomorrow when I had an
additional, pivotal thought.
I was thinking about what the Mayor had said about searching for that main "it"
issue that unifies all of USCM's mayors-- And the answer that occurred to me, I
think, intersects nicely with SMI. I suggest a central theme of the Mayor's presidency
of USCM might be " Thinking about city-government differently," insofar as the
country's big-city mayors are increasingly emerging as a source of leadership on
national issues.
Voters are universally disappointed with the federal government these days. The
desire for an alternative source of leadership is something that unites progressives,
conservatives, and everyone in between. The USCM can highlight the major, recent
accomplishments of big-city mayors like Rahm Emanuel, Michael Bloomberg, and
Cory Booker-- Then, Sacramento Tomorrow underscores the contrast between these
cities' strong-mayor system and Sacramento's weak-mayor system.
While this suggestion doesn't yet answer the Mayor's search for a specific policy
issue for USCM, I think it is something cities will get behind, and it might re-frame
the conversation in Sacramento about city charter reform.
I've attached an updated Game Plan and would be delighted if you gave it a look.
I would be very interested to hear your thoughts.
Thank you again for the great conversations we have had over the last two months.
I hope for the privilege of having many more.
Josh Rosa
916-531-5723
 

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Josh Rosa
Daniel Conway; Patti Bisharat; Mariah Sheriff
"Extra Credit"?
Monday, October 28, 2013 5:54:37 PM
Sacramento Tomorrow Game Plan.pdf

Hi Daniel, Patti, and Mariah,
I felt compelled to update my "game plan" for Sacramento Tomorrow when I had an
additional, pivotal thought.
I was thinking about what the Mayor had said about searching for that main "it"
issue that unifies all of USCM's mayors-- And the answer that occurred to me, I
think, intersects nicely with SMI. I suggest a central theme of the Mayor's presidency
of USCM might be " Thinking about city-government differently," insofar as the
country's big-city mayors are increasingly emerging as a source of leadership on
national issues.
Voters are universally disappointed with the federal government these days. The
desire for an alternative source of leadership is something that unites progressives,
conservatives, and everyone in between. The USCM can highlight the major, recent
accomplishments of big-city mayors like Rahm Emanuel, Michael Bloomberg, and
Cory Booker-- Then, Sacramento Tomorrow underscores the contrast between these
cities' strong-mayor system and Sacramento's weak-mayor system.
While this suggestion doesn't yet answer the Mayor's search for a specific policy
issue for USCM, I think it is something cities will get behind, and it might re-frame
the conversation in Sacramento about city charter reform.
I've attached an updated Game Plan and would be delighted if you gave it a look.
I would be very interested to hear your thoughts.
Thank you again for the great conversations we have had over the last two months.
I hope for the privilege of having many more.
Josh Rosa
916-531-5723
 

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John Parilo
Helen Hewitt
12.9.2013 Weekly Tracker
Friday, December 13, 2013 3:55:00 PM
12 9 13 Weekly Tracker.docx

Helen,
 
Attached is the weekly tracker.
 
Thanks,
 
John Parilo
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson, Constituent Affairs

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Wynona Singleterry
Adrianne Hall
vanessa williams
2010 World Summit of Mayors International Conference Invitation
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 8:52:50 AM
US Delegation - Mail Merge 10-25-10 - Johnson, Kevin.pdf
BRIEFING.World Summit of Mayors.pdf
2010 WSM Registration Brochure updated 10-20-10.pdf

Good morning Mayor,
 
Attached please find an invitation from Ms. Vanessa R. Williams, Executive Director of the
National Conference of Black Mayors and the World Conference of Mayors, to the 2010
World Summit of Mayors.  Your consideration of this correspondence is greatly appreciated.
 
Thank you kindly,
 
 
 

Wynona Singleterry
Director of Operations
The National Conference of Black Mayors
The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-765-6444  ext 111
Fax: 404-765-6430
www.ncbm.org
 
 

November 2 is Election Day
Get Out The Vote

 

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Wynona Singleterry
Adrianne Hall
vanessa williams
2011 World Summit of Mayors International Conference Invitation
Tuesday, February 01, 2011 6:21:43 AM
WSM Invite Letter - Johnson, Kevin.pdf

Good morning Mayor,
 
Attached please find an invitation from Ms. Vanessa R. Williams, Executive Director of the
National Conference of Black Mayors and the World Conference of Mayors, to the 2011
World Summit of Mayors.  Your consideration of this correspondence is greatly appreciated.
 
Thank you kindly,
 
 

Wynona Singleterry
Director of Operations
The National Conference of Black Mayors
The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-765-6444  ext 111
Fax: 404-765-6430
www.ncbm.org
 

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors
escott@cbcfinc.org
2012 ALC Invite Letter to NCBM Membership
Thursday, June 21, 2012 2:06:31 PM
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Wynona Singleterry
Mayor Johnson
2012 Membership Invoice
Tuesday, October 18, 2011 12:24:09 PM
2012 Membership Dues.pdf

Good afternoon Mayor,
In an effort to continue our part in greening the economy, the National Conference of Black Mayors is
sending our 2012 mayoral membership invoice out via e-mail.  If you have any questions or concerns,
please feel free to contact me.
Thank you and have a wonderful day.
Wynona Singleterry
Director of Operations
National Conference of Black Mayors
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
P: 404-765-6444
F: 404-765-6430
C: 770-744-9349
Email: wsingleterry@ncbm.org

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Wynona Singleterry
Adrianne Hall
vanessa williams
2012 NCBM Membership Dues
Monday, January 30, 2012 1:13:41 PM
Johnson Kevin - 2012 Membership Invoice.pdf

Good afternoon,
 
As per your request, please find a copy of the 2012 NCBM membership invoice.  If you have any
questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.
 
Respectfully,

Wynona Singleterry
Director of Operations
National Conference of Black Mayors
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-765-6444  ext 111
Cell: 678-330-9820
Fax: 404-765-6430
Email: wsingleterry@ncbm.org
www.ncbm.org
 
 

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Cassandra Jennings
Benjamin A. Sosenko
Daniel Conway
2013 Accomplishment
Friday, January 24, 2014 4:09:20 PM
2013_Accomplishments_list_for_SOTC_booklet[2].docx

Ben,
 
I will come down in 5 minutes.
 
Cassandra H. B. Jennings
Senior Advisor
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson
cjennings@cityofsacramento.org
916-808-1018
 

 
 
 

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Mary Daffin
Benjamin A. Sosenko
Adrianne Hall
2013 Accomplishments list for SOTC booklet.docx
Friday, January 24, 2014 5:09:22 PM
2013 Accomplishments list for SOTC booklet.docx
ATT00001.c.txt

Has this been proofed and word-smithed or just a placeholder awaiting a final version to be sent over
the weekend,
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Cassandra Jennings
Benjamin A. Sosenko
2013 Sotc Accomplishments
Monday, January 27, 2014 3:31:44 PM
2013 Accomplishments list for SOTC booklet.docx

Please see attachment.
 
Cassandra H. B. Jennings
Senior Advisor
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson
cjennings@cityofsacramento.org
916-808-1018
 

 
 
 

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Helen Hewitt
Daniel Conway
2014 Constituent Affairs Draft Work Plan
Monday, April 07, 2014 12:56:37 PM
2014 Constituent Affairs Work Plan.docx

 
 
Helen Hewitt
Director of Constituent Affairs
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson
916.808.5300 phone
916.264.7680 fax
 
 
 
Please note I am only in the office on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday.  If you need immediate assistance on the
days I am unavailable, please call 916.808.5300.  Thank you for your patience and I apologize for any inconvenience
this may cause.
 

 

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vanessa williams
VWilliams@ncbm.org
VWilliams@ncbm.org
3rd Global Summit For Mayors and Leaders from Africa and of African Descent
Friday, August 09, 2013 2:41:06 PM

3RD GLOBAL SUMMIT FOR MAYORS AND
LEADERS FROM AFRICA AND OF AFRICAN
DESCENT
 
The Republic of Colombia will be the host country of the 3rd Global
Summit of African/African descent leaders. This important event will take
place at the city of Santiago de Cali and Cartagena from september 12th18th.
This summit is being coordinated by the Association of Mayors and
Governors of Municipalities and Departments with population of African
descent (AMUNAFRO), the National Conference of Black Mayors of the
United States of America (NCBM) and the support of the Colombian
goverment. The aim of this even is to promote processes of brotherhood and
partnership among cities and the consolidation of political conversations and
international cooperation for the development of the African Diaspora.

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vanessa williams
VWilliams@ncbm.org
VWilliams@ncbm.org
3rd Global Summit For Mayors and Leaders from Africa and of African Descent
Friday, August 09, 2013 2:41:06 PM

3RD GLOBAL SUMMIT FOR MAYORS AND
LEADERS FROM AFRICA AND OF AFRICAN
DESCENT
 
The Republic of Colombia will be the host country of the 3rd Global
Summit of African/African descent leaders. This important event will take
place at the city of Santiago de Cali and Cartagena from september 12th18th.
This summit is being coordinated by the Association of Mayors and
Governors of Municipalities and Departments with population of African
descent (AMUNAFRO), the National Conference of Black Mayors of the
United States of America (NCBM) and the support of the Colombian
goverment. The aim of this even is to promote processes of brotherhood and
partnership among cities and the consolidation of political conversations and
international cooperation for the development of the African Diaspora.

REGISTRATION

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Copyright � 2013 3ra Cumbre Mundial de Alcaldes y
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3rd Global Summit for Mayors and Leaders from Africa and of
African Descent
Our mailing address is:
3ra Cumbre Mundial de Alcaldes y Mandatarios
Afrodescencientes
Cra 85 No. 15 - 59 Barrio El Ingenio
Cali 0572
Colombia
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AMUNAFRO .
Adrianne Hall
3rd GLOBAL SUMMIT FOR MAYORS
Friday, July 19, 2013 9:52:54 AM
Invitation Letter.docx
Registration Format.doc
thematic_agenda_eng.pdf

Mister President

 
Kevin Johnson

 
It is our pleasure to invite you to the Third Global Summit for Mayors and Leaders from Africa and of
African Descent, which will take place in the Event Center ?Valle del Pac?fico? in Cali, Colombia,
from the 12th to the 16th and Cartagena, on the 17th and 18th of September 2013. The main
theme of the Summit will be Economic Development with Social Inclusion.
For the Summit organization would be and honor to have your participation. We are attaching the
agenda and registration form.
We await your confirmation as soon as possible, to advance the necessary coordination. You can
contact us by email or phone gsom@amunafro.com (572) 315 2550 - 1786 2064835.
We appreciate your attention.
Gloria J. Carmona
Department of Communications
Colombia Phone: (57 2) 3152550 / 3157663
Miami Phone: 1786 2064835 
Website:
www.thirdglobalsummit.org
www.3cumbreafro.org
www.cumbremundialalcaldesafro.com
 
Santiago de Cali - Colombia