Month: November 2015

Kantanka Group Introduces Ghana’s New Era Of Automobile Manufacturing

Today the Kantanka Group of Companies in Ghana will roll out their first group of cars manufactured in Ghana. History has shown that no nation has ever developed to their […]

James Barnor : Ever Young -The Long And Steady Road To Recognizing An African Photographic Icon

 #MCM #MotivationMonday … I was surprisingly introduced to the work of Iconic Ghanaian Photographer James Barnor  in 2011 while attending an NYU Black Photography Symposium. His image of Marie Hallowi […]

BEASTS OF NO NATION: The Danger of Africa’s Single Story

A few weeks ago I found myself in a terrible state of mourning my beloved grandmother. A woman who was the matriarch of my original village of Black girls who […]

When Impossible Turns To I’M POSSIBLE: Deng Thiak Adut :From Child Soldier To International Lawyer

Because we live in a world where we all benefit from one form of privilege or not, we tend to see one’s abilities based on their circumstances rather than their […]

Our Palm Oil Is Not Adulterated: Ghana Market Women Fighting For Livelihood and Industrial Legacy

All around the world we need to get serious about the job of our FDA to protect its citizens from tainted food sources. These past weeks have been a food […]

Dishonoring The Queens: Ghana Black Queens Protest For Wages After Delivering the Nation Its First All Africa Games Championship

Ghana’s Black Queens are the 2nd most successful African women’s team behind Nigeria. They have qualified for the Women’s World Cup 3 times and qualified for 9-10 African Women’s Championships […]

Electing A Woman President 2016 : Making History in USA and Ghana : Hillary Clinton and Samia Nkrumah

2016 will bring another major election in possibly making national history in my two nations, USA and Ghana. I don’t feel the same vigor in excitement as in 2008, but […]