My heart’s in America tonight

I cry a bit. Mostly about things that directly concern myself and my relationships with others. Today, though, as I scrolled through my news feed and post after post hit on the same deplorable truth, something broke, and I cried with my black brothers and sisters. It's just... There was strong temptation to table the cries and …

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Authenticity

What do we mean when we say authentic? Today I got to visit Aburi Gardens. It’s the kind of the place people say you must see if staying in Accra for a significant period. They were beautiful and full of interesting trees, including this cedar tree that was no more because a parasite completely took …

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Fufu

Sunday is not only the day everyone goes to church, but also the day for eating fufu (pronounced fu-fu-oh). At least for all of the Kwahufo (Kwahu people) in Madina. Madina is part of Accra, which itself is on the southeastern section of Ghana. Kwahu is in the Eastern Region of Ghana, and is the …

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