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  • The '''Institute of African Studies''' on the campus of the [[University of Ghana]] at [[Legon]] is an interdisciplinary research institute in the humanities ...al thought and policies: an African-centered paradigm for the second phase of the African revolutions'', Routledge, 2005, ch. 7 'Nkrumah's cultural polic
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  • ..., to the [[Central Region, Ghana|Central Region]] in the east. It includes Ghana's southernmost location, [[Cape Three Points]]. ...ulture is dominated by the [[Nzema]], Wassa, Aowin, Sefwi, Ahanta branches of the [[Akan people|Akan]] culture, and the main languages are [[Fante]], Was
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  • {{Year in Ghana|2002}} '''2002 in Ghana''' details events of note that happened in [[Ghana]] in the year 2002.
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  • | office = 1st [[Vice President of the Republic of Ghana]]<br /><small>(3rd Republic)</small> | birth_place = [[Cape Coast]], [[Ghana]]
    5 KB (666 words) - 04:05, 31 December 2014
  • |office = Chairman of the Organization of African Unity |order2 = 1st [[President of Ghana]]
    5 KB (713 words) - 00:15, 20 March 2012
  • | order = [[Prime Minister]]<br />2nd Republic of Ghana | party = [[Progress Party (Ghana)|Progress Party]]
    8 KB (1,032 words) - 03:49, 31 December 2014
  • <!--See the Table at Infobox Settlement for all fields and descriptions of usage--> |pushpin_map = Ghana<!-- the name of a location map as per http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Location_map --
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  • | alma_mater = [[Old Dominion University]] & [[College of William & Mary]] ...rn reelected|publisher=nytimes.com |accessdate=2020-11-11}}</ref> with 64% of total votes cast, Kojo claimed 33%.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nytimes.
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  • <!--See the Table at Infobox Settlement for all fields and descriptions of usage--> |pushpin_map = Ghana<!-- the name of a location map as per http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Location_map --
    7 KB (890 words) - 20:34, 26 September 2010
  • | alma_mater = The New School (MA), University of Chicago (BA) ...in New York City. Her daughter Dzifa graduated in May of 1999 from Howard University with a BS degree in biology.
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  • |region1 = {{flagcountry|Ghana}} The '''Akan people''' are an ethnic [[Dialect continuum|linguistic group]] of [[West Afrika]]. They speak the [[Akan languages]].
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  • :''See [[Tchamba Charmers]] for the use of the term in Harry Potter.'' <!--See the Table at Infobox Settlement for all fields and descriptions of usage-->
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  • ...ors rather than individuals.<ref>Thomas, Hugh. "The Slave Trade: the story of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1440–1870". 1999, page 293.</ref> ...name="Lovejoy">Lovejoy, Paul E. ''Transformations in Slavery''. Cambridge University Press, 2000.</ref>
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  • ...of America’s racial legacy: [[reparations]], the idea that the descendants of American slaves should receive compensation for their ancestors’ unpaid l ...how to parcel out blame to those directly involved in the capture and sale of human beings for immense economic gain.
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  • ...built in 1800 and was named ''Zion''. These early churches were still part of the [[Methodist Episcopal Church]], although the congregations remained sep ...luded on July 30, 1822 when James Varick was ordained the first [[bishop]] of the AME Zion church.
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  • ...Smith, p. 508, says "approximately 20 million". Assuming the figure of 18% of the population is still accurate, the CIA World Factbook population total s ...first=Jeremy Seymour |last=Eades |edition=illustrated |publisher=Edinburgh University Press |year=1993 |isbn=0-7486-0386-7 |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=
    10 KB (1,449 words) - 14:58, 10 May 2011
  • | office = Chairman of the Pan Africanist Congress ...ehensive School]] and the [[University of Fort Hare]]. Originally a member of the [[African National Congress Youth League]], he left the [[African Natio
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  • | using_countries = {{flag|Ghana}} ...tion_source_date = ''[https://www.bog.gov.gh The Bank of Ghana]'', rate as of May 2010
    18 KB (2,429 words) - 00:13, 27 September 2010
  • | caption = Fellow; National Academy of Inventors, USA. | occupation = [[President]] and [[CEO]] of the Georgia Aerospace Systems
    17 KB (2,513 words) - 23:57, 24 March 2015
  • ...country of Ghana|the Ghana Empire (c. 790-1076) northwest of modern Ghana|Ghana Empire|other uses|}} |conventional_long_name = Republic of Ghana
    24 KB (3,539 words) - 15:39, 23 June 2014

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