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April 6, 2022

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NoirUnited International was founded in 2020 in response to the renewed call for social justice, driven by a desire to make a meaningful impact. Our first initiative was the Atlanta Black-owned business support program, which provided microgrants to four Black-owned businesses and highlighted their importance to the community.

Our focus then expanded to encompass health, development, and humanitarian response initiatives. However, our commitment to supporting marginalized communities was put to the test when African refugees were displaced due to the conflict and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. These refugees faced discrimination and were in urgent need of assistance. NoirUnited International quickly responded, advocating for the rights and needs of Black people affected by the crisis. Our efforts aim to raise awareness, provide humanitarian assistance, and ensure equal access to resources for those impacted by the crisis.

At NoirUnited International, our mission is to create lasting change by centering Black and other marginalized communities in the creation of development solutions. Through our work, we seek to foster cross-cultural connections and promote humanitarian equity, all while decolonizing international development and shifting power to the hands of communities across the world.

We envision a future where Black unity and collaboration are celebrated and enable us to define a better and more equitable world for ourselves.

Mission and Vision


NoirUnited International is committed to empowering the Black Diaspora worldwide through comprehensive development, education, and cross-cultural exposure. Our mission is to promote equity within the humanitarian and development sectors and support marginalized communities in achieving long-term success and self-sufficiency. 


NoirUnited International envisions a world that is more equitable and free from systemic oppression for people of African descent. Our commitment is to address the social, economic, and political disparities that impact the Black Diaspora and empower them to thrive.

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