"Different But The Same" - meeting with author James Omolo

16.2.22 / G.19:00

We hereby invite you on Wednesday, 16th of February at 19.00, to the meeting with James Omolo author of the book  "Different But The Same".

The event will take place online - link to the meeting:


DIFFERENT BUT THE SAME is a book that will help children from around the world learn and appreciate incredible diversity, self love and tolerance.

The message of the book is to help provide children with the support and confidence to be happy with themselves and within their own skin, regardless of their race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, disability etc. The book also gives a message that the most important thing is to love ourselves and that’s when we can be happy.

It’s a book that builds confidence in children and encouraging them to be proud of themselves and that we are all different and unique in different ways but at the same time equal.

James Omolo is the founder of Afryka Connect Foundation, an advocacy organization on Human Rights issues affecting People of African Descent, an activist, and author of two published books, and one yet to be released; Strangers at the gate: Black Poland, Crossing the color line: Interracial marriage and biracial identity, and White Supremacy. His past publications include; Chinese foreign policy in Sudan and, Poland and Africa: past, present and future. James is a United Nations Fellow 2019. He is also serving as a program director for Cosmodernity Consultants.