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Thinking about going home - to "Mama Africa"...Then this is the group for you. That journey is not a simple one and needs serious methodical consideration. Share your thoughts and or progress. Those who have helping those who haven't...

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Returning to the land of your ancestors is not just a noble idea...


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PETITION FOR DUAL CITIZENSHIP - GHANA 2 Replies

"A little knowledge that acts is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle." ~Kahlil Gibran~  FOR THOSE WHO ARE TIRED OF THE TALK AND REALLY WANT TO DO SOMETHING CONCRETE! Now is the…Continue

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Started by Lydell Jackson. Last reply by Universal Divine Being Isis Aug 8, 2011.

The Door of No Return 1 Reply

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Started by Lydell Jackson. Last reply by Rosalind M Letcher Mar 26, 2011.

Repatriation Expectations 1 Reply

Sometimes individuals considering repatriation have unrealistic expectations...

Started by Lydell Jackson. Last reply by Ywndricka Nov 8, 2010.

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Comment by Lydell Jackson on November 13, 2010 at 7:13pm
Comment by Lydell Jackson on November 12, 2010 at 12:32pm
Everyone here please take a look at the Discussion Forum "Petition for dual citizenship-Ghana"...and follow the link provided...when you get to the site, it will be up to you what to do...
Comment by Lydell Jackson on November 11, 2010 at 8:36pm
Thank you to Brother Wes Barnard for sharing the information on the "Petition for Dual Citizenship - Ghana"
Comment by Lydell Jackson on November 8, 2010 at 1:22pm
Comment by Joseph Jones on November 8, 2010 at 1:00pm
Thanks for sharing the video brother Lydell, and brother Wes send me the info for the contact you mentioned regarding the school. I'd like to help.
Comment by Lydell Jackson on November 8, 2010 at 12:39pm
Brother Wes,
I would definately contribute what I can to this sister's cause each month. I would even set up a donation page for her here on Living Legacy Journal if I can get more information about her school and mission. Photos would help as well. That would be the very least I could do from here and as I am able I will do more...
Comment by Wes Barnard on November 8, 2010 at 12:21pm
Brother Lydell,
Greetings and peace to you. Thanks for sharing the YouTube clip regarding repatriation. I believe this brother is right on the money for the most part. There is much we can do, even if we have little means and even if we have no intention of moving to Africa. Still, there is much we can do. For example, there are hardworking Africans from the Diaspora in Ghana who could benefit from our support here in the States. There is a sister from Detroit who has established a private school in Cape Coast, Ghana. She and her daughter have created a curriculum that in addition to meeting the states requirements, adds lots of African and African American history. The goal is for these young people to grow up in the knowledge that we are all one people. If some of us could set aside a little each month to help offset some of her expenses, she in turn, could adopt a local public school and integrate her materials into their curriculum. This strategy could be the beginning of educating the Ghanaian youth about themselves and us and our connectedness. What do you folks think about that idea? Peace and love to each and every one of you on this discussion.
Comment by Lydell Jackson on November 8, 2010 at 11:16am
Comment by Ngon'e Aw on November 6, 2010 at 2:20pm
Greetings Lydell, your welcomed, thank you and "ALL" for your feedback,
They have a saying in Ghana
" Three heads are better than one"
in this case we now have more!


Comment by Lydell Jackson on November 6, 2010 at 1:07pm
Sister Ngon'e Aw, I really appreciate your experience and willingness to share your personal research with us! The details you provide bring clarity to the discussion and an element that validates everyones personal thoughts. That concrete validation is essential confirmation of our notions of how things are and what they should become. Thank you so much for closing with an extremely important suggestion that I strongly feel should be pursued with vigor. That is, in your words...

"We need is to have our NATIONALITY RESTORED...perhaps we could petition the AU, to recognize our right to be aknowledged as Africans stolen and robbed of our culture."

This step is one that should definately part of a Collective Global African Initiative. I like the ring of that "Collective Global African Initiative" (CGAI). Hm-m-m-m-m-m-m?
 

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