A 501(c)3 Non-profit dedicated to preserving and promoting the use of Igbo language

Our Vision

Our vision is to be the leading educators in the Igbo language along with preserving the culture of the Ibo people. In the near future we want to expand to other cities across the United States along with providing education outlets such as an interactive interface where student’s can learn the Igbo language on their own.

How We Are Impacting Our Community

Several dedicated volunteers
4 Classes held
Over 90 Students Educated
17 States Reached

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Express Igbo works through the support of people like you.

Express Igbo is dedicated to teaching the Igbo language and is asking for your help to expand and provide the best quality programs and equipment that can help fulfill our vision. Please donate today, and click on the get involved tab to see how you can be apart of Express Igbo. Express Igbo is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your tax deductible donations will assist in our efforts to preserve and promote the usage of the Igbo language.


 Current initiatives

Express Igbo Language Boot Camp

There are many you10460560_10105816415209114_7369275413624079740_ong, ambitious Igbo Men and Women in the DC Metro Area who are hungry to learn the language of their parents, connect with their cultural roots and potentially become a part of the presently-expanding growth and developing happening in their ancestral home.

The purpose of this 8-week Igbo Boot Camp is to bridge the educational and cultural gap between this growing population and their family; from cousins and grandparents in the village to their parents in the diaspora.

Our hope is that by the end of the summer, the graduates of the Express Igbo Language Class will be able to:

  • engage in conversational Igbo
  • learn hundreds of new Igbo words and phrases
  • understand the structure of the language
  • know how to recite the Igbo alphabet and numbers
  • know how to write special characters in Igbo
  • feel confidence and joy in their ability to engage with other Igbo speakers in their ancestral language
Requirements: You must be at least 16 years of age to register for this class