African Americans making new lives in West Africa

By: Mawunyo Gbogbo,  PM
January 8, 2018

African Americans are increasingly saying goodbye to the United States and hello to Africa, pointing to institutionalised racism, but also a longing to connect to their roots.

The destination for most is Ghana in West Africa, though it can be a cumbersome process.

Mawunyo Gbogbo recently visited Ghana for PM.

Duration: 7min 18sec
Broadcast: Mon 8 Jan 2018, 6:53pm
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Ben Ore, migrant from the US to Ghana
Professor Kevin K. Gaines, Cornell University
Imahkus Njinga Okofu Ababio, CEO of the One Africa Health resort and Restaurant

Read the entire PM peice here.

Mawunyo Gbogbo