W.E.B DuBois Center for Pan Africanism
Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum
Manhyia Palace Royal Mausoleum.
The home of Yaa Asantewa
Oduko Boatemaa Secondary School and Orphanage
Ashanti Craft Villages
Ntonso, The Home of Adindra; and Bonwire, The Kente Weaving Village
River of Last Bath at Assin Manso
Elmina Slave Castle
University of Cape Coast
University in Ghana at Legon
African Leadership Academy
District six museum
Pan African Market
Bay Harbor Market
Township Tour Langa
Ndere Cultural Center
White Water Rafting on the Nile
Kagarama Health Center
Igongo Cultural Center
Genocide Museum in Kigali
Moving On, Moving Up: Realities, Relations, and Advancement for Black Women in Post-Apartheid South Africa
"Underlying Causes of Xenophobic Violence in South Africa"
Breaking the Cycle: How Does Menstruation Impact Girls’ Education
The Truth Behind the TRC: “A Study of the TRC's Failures, Shortcomings, & Denial of Civil Society"
The Scramble for Africa: An Investigation of Neocolonialism and the Rise of Chinese Economic Influence within Africa
“Eye Care in Ghana”
Oppressed but Never Enslaved: Youth Unemployment at the Hands of a Post-Apartheid Nation
Neo-Colonialism at the Heart of the Pan-African Movement: Analyzing the effects of China’s Economic Practices in the Republic of Ghana Utilizing the Triangualative Approach and the Dependency Theory
Implementing Universal Health Coverage in African countries with South Africa as a focus country: What Can Africa Learn from Itself?