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- The Nana Project 3
- Bank of America 1
- Caf(Organization which brought Emmanuel to America) 1
- City-tech 1
- Global outreach 1 2 more
This was an interview about Dr.Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah’s experiences about being an immagrant from Ghana
I talked with a family friend about his immigration from Ghana.
This is a story about a girl navigating the world one match a time.
My Uncle Henry is the closest thing I have to a dad and when I was little he would always tell me stories so I thought he would be perfect for this l, even though he tends to ramble.
I interviewed my dad, and even though he hasn’t been in the US for that long he still offered a lot of incite about how he has been affected traditionally, politically, and culturally since moving to the US.
Bernedicta Owusu is a family friend of mine . She came here from Ghana, so she gave me an insight on how it’s changed.
This interview is about Charles’ journey from Ghana to America, and what the process of immigrating was like for him.
Interview with Occupational Therapy Professor and Global Advocate for feeding disorders Dr Kate Barlow
This interview was with my grandma telling me her journey from growing up in her homeland to how she moved to America to begin a new life
Originally a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College’s Davis Family Library has initiated a series of oral interviews, “In Your Own Words.” In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace...
Mr. Adjei lived in Ghana and came to America 3 years ago because he wanted his children to be closer to his parents.
stella akua mensah discusses their experience being forced to face the occult
In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2017 in Arlington, Texas, Michelle Amoah (16) interviews her mother Monica Amoah (47) about living in Ghana, a country in West Africa. Ms.Amoah shares stories about her childhood including living with her sister...
Chronicaling the amazing story of hope and perseverance of Jae Roosevelt
Collinwise Osei-Aboagye talks to his daughter, Amma Aboagye , about his childhood in Ghana, immigrating to the United States, his initial interactions with African Americans as a Ghanaian, and his connection with Ghanaian culture after living in the United States...
Kirstie Kwarteng (28) interviews Nana Aba Bentsi-Enchill (64) about her decision to immigrate from Ghana to the United States. Nana Aba talks about how her father’s death impacted her. She also reflects on her own colorblindness and the experience of...