Aisha Ayensu of Christie Brown is making her mark on the global stage.
Model Ebonee Davis talks family, the power of Ankara prints and “returning” to Ghana for the culture
The FOMO was real this holiday season as Black excellence hit the streets of Accra, Ghana.
Twitter Blackbirds Is Curating A #YearOfReturn Experience Online For Those Who Can’t Make It To Ghana
In a “choose your own adventure” tweet thread, users will be able to experience the #YearOfReturn through photos from Ghanaian-American photographer Joshua Kissi.
Cofounder and CEO Abdul Karim Abdullah hopes Year of the Return visitors will feel “a vibration of the country and what it feels like to be with the people.”
The excitement of Ghana's ‘Year of Return’ marks an opportunity to explore a whole continent of natural wonders and breathtaking scenery.
For Rondel and Yanique Holder visiting Ghana was a life-changing experience.
Ghana is a great place to visit. For over two decades, the country has experienced relatively smooth democratic governance, with the vast majority of the diverse Ghanaian population coexisting peacefully. […]
This insider's guide shows you how to eat your way through the vibrant city of Accra like a cool girl.
From AAKS' hand-woven satchels to Two Cedi's printed backpacks.
If you need a reason to escape to the Motherland this holiday season, Afrochella is the vibe you're looking for.
The ESSENCE Full Circle Festival experience will showcase African nations as global destinations by highlighting their critical roles as ancestral, spiritual, cultural & commercial epicenters.
Bozoma Saint John shows us how to experience the beauty of Ghana like a local.
There was African drumming, gospel music, healing rituals, poetry, speeches—along with prayers and tears—as thousands gathered in Hampton, Virginia to commemorate 400 years since slavery began in English North America. In […]
To expand its partnership with the NAACP, Airbnb embarked on a Jamestown to Jamestown pilgrimage to Accra, Ghana.
2019 marks the 400th anniversary of the start of the Slave Trade in West Africa and as the survivors of the descendants, Ghana is calling Black people of the diaspora home.
The House Speaker's Instagram account noted that her experience in Ghana was "deeply transformative."