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S3 Ep. 66: The 1619 Project: Reflecting On My Ghana Trip & 400 Years of White Oppression Black Like Me

    • Society & Culture

Dr. Alex Gee relates ten thoughts of reflection on his recent trip to Ghana in remembrance of 400 years of the first Africans enslaved. It was a powerful, insightful, and emotional experience for Dr. Gee. If you have listened to The Black Like Me [Gee]nealogy series about Dr. Gee's ancestry, then you will want to hear more about his African heritage in this episode. 

Read more about the Ghana trip at alexgee.com

Support the show at patreon.com/blacklikeme

Dr. Alex Gee relates ten thoughts of reflection on his recent trip to Ghana in remembrance of 400 years of the first Africans enslaved. It was a powerful, insightful, and emotional experience for Dr. Gee. If you have listened to The Black Like Me [Gee]nealogy series about Dr. Gee's ancestry, then you will want to hear more about his African heritage in this episode. 

Read more about the Ghana trip at alexgee.com

Support the show at patreon.com/blacklikeme

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