"I'm more African than you." The girl who said this--her back to me, her eyes assessing me over her shoulder--was an Indian. An ethnic Indian from Kenya.
While no person holds a copyright to any musical style, it's nice to celebrate and support those who originated the sounds. That's why today I want to introduce you to a Nigerian artist making amazing Afrobeats records, Mr Eazi.
In recent years, Ghanaians have not been the only ones (re)settling in Ghana. Many are diasporans who may or may not trace their roots to the country. No solid numbers exist on how many diasporans are repatriating, but each year more are landing on Ghanaian soil. Why Ghana For many, Ghana feels like the natural… Continue reading Diasporans Who (Re)Turn to Ghana
Goal To learn about the cultures and conditions of Afrodescendants around the world and to communicate at an intermediate level in their native languages.
It was 1562 and the first British slave ship, Jesus of Lubeck, was on its way to the Americas.