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“Africa in Your Tone” (A 90-second reading on how diversity informs authenticity)

February 24, 2012
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“Africa in Your Tone” (A 90-second reading on how diversity informs authenticity)

“Good afternoon, sir,” I said to a distinguished Ghanaian scholar who had just joined our already-crowded minivan as we headed out for more school visits in Kasoa, Ghana last month.  We then made introductions around the vehicle, and I mentioned that I had lived in Uganda for nine years, and still Read more [...]

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