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African Union Day is celebrated in various ways throughout Africa and by African communities around the world. It is an opportunity to reflect on Africa’s history, achievements, and challenges, as well as to highlight the continent’s rich cultural heritage. The day often features events such as parades, cultural performances, discussions on African unity and progress, exhibitions, and seminars. The African Union uses this day to reaffirm its commitment to the development and integration of Africa. It also provides an opportunity for African leaders and citizens to discuss and address the continent’s pressing issues, such as poverty, conflict, governance, and sustainable development.