Cape Coast in Ghana
August 27, 2011
This was the visit I had been anticipating for most of the trip - Cape Coast, which is where there are several slave castles. These were places where African people were chained in dark dungeons, beaten, made to urinate, suffer and defecate as they were watched by merciless white men.
Parliament and the Commission of Human Rights and Administrative Justice
August 22, 2011
Touring parliament and the Commission of Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) in the Ghanaian capitol, Accra, was one of the greatest days on this trip thus far. We learned a ton about Ghana’s history and it’s progression as a nation since independence in 1957.
Wetlands Boat Ride at Bojo Beach
August 19, 2011
Being welcomed into Ghana was a completely new and exciting experience for everyone in our group. We didn’t know what to expect, however, we were brimming with joy and excitement as we found a wetlands boat ride awaiting us.
August 15, 2011
Culture: On one our first nights here we attended a cultural night at a local club in the village. There were all sorts of traditional dances going on and drums talking. Even before we arrived you cold here the music as we walked down the streets.
Meet Ghana Blogger Crystal Florez
August 1, 2011
A little bit about me: My name is Crystal Florez and I am a proud enrolled member of the White Earth Minnesota Ojibwe tribe. I am majoring in American Indian Studies and will be graduating in the Spring of 2012.
Arriving in Ghana
July 29, 2011
Hi, my name is Sierra Stewart. I am from Tacoma, Washington and I am currently a junior majoring in Sociocultural Anthropology. This trip is such a blessing for me as an African American. Not only having the opportunity to go to an entirely different country, but...
Meet the Ghana Student Bloggers
July 21, 2011
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