Today, 30,000 of the 235,000 Ghanaian immigrants to the US call New York City home.
Art – especially music – occupies a double-edged place in Ghanaian history in its relation to power.
We asked a group of experts--journalists, academics and an architect--a bunch of questions about the elections. First: Does it matter whoever Ghanaians elect as president?
Most poor African immigrants to the US can't pull the “get out of black”-card when confronted with racism, something middle class Africans can pull.
The physical and mental health of a head of state, one assumes, is a basic requirement as to whether they can perform their job adequately.
Africans are a fast-growing segment of the black immigrant population in the U.S, but there are few attempt to court them as voters.