Day: December 17, 2021

Meet Grace Karikari, PhD, The Brain Behind ‘Kenkan Books’ To Promote Ghanaian Languages

There have been several discussions on parents choosing to speak less of the Ghanaian languages with their kids. This is an issue both in Ghana and in the diaspora. This practice is contributing to our Ghanaian languages and culture going extinct. But there are a few people who are working to correct this. Assistant Professor …

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NEW COMMA – THE GHANAIAN SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM ENSURING AFRICAN CREATIVES WIN A BIGGER SHARE OF THE $2TRN GLOBAL CREATIVE ECONOMY

Cultures are shifting and the arts are gradually emerging into a more acceptable, lucrative and sustainable way of life for many Africans.  Young people on the continent are continuing to abandon traditional careers and societal norms forced upon them to fulfil what they see as their true purpose in the creative industry as designers, photographers, …

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