"This book, African Americans in Nkrumah's Ghana
provides a clear and accessible guide to the study of Pan-
Africanism in the context of the role of Black Americans in
the development of Africa. Demonstrating the application of
archival materials and oral tradition techniques across
a broad sweep disciplines, this volume is essential to all those
engaged in the study of Africa and the African Diaspora; it
is invaluable to researchers, teachers, policy-makers on
African Affairs, and all those interested in the future
of Africa and peoples of African descent in the New World.
There is no standard work covering this important historical
period in African and African American history that is
comparable." —Jacob U'Mofe Gordon, Ph.D
Professor Emeritus, University of Kansas, and Kwame
Nkrumah Endowed Chair, University of Ghana, 2012-2015.
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