By Judith Byfield,Carolyn A. Brown,Timothy Parsons,Ahmad Sikainga
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Over the last fifteen years, viewers from the African diaspora have flocked to Cape Coast and Elmina, cities in Ghana whose leader vacationer sights are the castles and dungeons the place slaves have been imprisoned earlier than embarking for the recent global. This wish to commemorate the center Passage contrasts sharply with the silence that in most cases cloaks the topic inside of Ghana.
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