Why Some Ghanaian Kids Don’t Speak and Don’t WANT to Know How to Speak a Ghanaian Language

Subtitle: Ghanaians inducing identity crises of other Ghanaians, with reference to individual, real life examples I have had the privilege of recently meeting a film director, Ghanaian by heritage, raised in America: Sean Addo. I also got to watch one of his films, “Deeper Than Black,” at a Pan-African Club meeting at my school. Sean… Continue reading Why Some Ghanaian Kids Don’t Speak and Don’t WANT to Know How to Speak a Ghanaian Language

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Are You Living?

Do you feel like... You're on top of the world When your fingers tap the keyboard Incessantly, relentlessly, Like you're the boss When you're constantly switching Between browser tabs, browsing devices, Multitasking, Being Superman? Do you feel gratified when you reply these emails within an hour, With your constant interaction, Constant contribution to the data… Continue reading Are You Living?

Breeding the International Black African

They will encourage you to be internationally-minded As long as international means internal nation, Because, apparently, the world is too big for our eyes. We are not allowed to be more than we are - As we were born, Or else we'll be looked at with scorn And mercilessly devoured, Like Oreos; They have to… Continue reading Breeding the International Black African