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Pan-Africanism from an African Perspective

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Kenneth Tagoe, currently an M.A. History student from Ghana, West Africa is passionate about Pan-Africanism. He grew up idolizing Pan-African icons like Marcus Garvey, Du Bois, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and Kwame Nkrumah and the ideas of black consciousness advocated by Frederick Douglass. In this episode, we explore the History of the Black Bombers, Ghana's Amateur Boxing Team, and its contribution to Pan- Pan-Africanism and nation-building in Ghana.


Kenneth Tagoe:
* X or twitter is @Kenneth37069101
* Snap is kennethtagoe
* IG is tagoe.kenneth45

Caree Banton is the host of <i>Undisciplined.</i>
Nenbi Tony is a writer and researcher from Ghana, West Africa, and the co-host of the Undisciplined podcast.
Leah Grant is a producer at KUAF.