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Ghana has been the first choice of repatriates since the Back-to-Africa Movement took shape.  This was no mistake.  The red, gold and green flag, with the Black Star as its crescent has played no small roll. That and the rhetoric purported by the likes of former president, J.J. Rawlings has lead most of us to believe Ghana is still that bastion of African pride it once was under Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.  As a repatriate and resident of Ghana for upwards of 14 years, I have had a chance to look more closely at its allure, and ask myself, is this the Ghana I left America for?  Read more....
If it wasn’t hard enough to relocate to Africa, one might not harp on the challenges, but since it has proven a virtual re-birth to all who have dared, the thought of Ghana’s government, our patriarchs, making it harder is rather disheartening.  Read more...
For those of us on the ground and those considering coming to Ghana, the Ebola threat is real and the truth vital.  Thus I address the topic from the premise that the Ebola, like A.I.D.S., is simply another biological weapon intended to annihilate humans and I place little to no credence on information coming from the C.D.C. (the patent holders of this disease), or any of the other pseudo-acronyms, including BBC and CNN.  Instead I share information sourced by us for our survival.  Read More...
Mumia, Dialo, Trayvon and Micheal Brown, to name the most popular, are reminders of our impotence in their power structure.  It will not change with marching, singing or protesting.  It will not change with a race war or a bunch of new laws.  It will only change when the Black man reclaims his throne, asserts himself in his land (Ethiopia/Kush) and realigns with the Way. Read More...

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