By

Rose Parkman Marshall
Imagine seeing only Black people all day—shopkeepers, pharmacists, street vendors, restaurant waitstaff, retail workers, cashiers and Uber drivers—all Black, all day, everywhere. News anchors and soap opera stars were all Black; billboards, magazines and newspapers featured only Black people. When we toured Kumasi in the Ashanti Kingdom, a sea of Black faces welcomed us at...
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