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<vii, contents> <hr> <hr> Contents <BR><HR><BR> <TOC> Acknowledgments 00 Introduction: Watching the World from Ghana 00 1 Mapping the Routes to Ghana: Black Modernity, Subjecthood, and Demands for Full Citizenship 00 2 Richard Wright in Ghana: Black Intellectuals and the Anticolonial Critique of Western Culture 000 3 Projecting the African Personality: Nkrumah, the Expatriates, and Postindependence Ghana, 1957@-1960 000 4 Pauli Murray in Ghana: The Congo Crisis and an African American Woman's Dilemma 000 5 Escape to Ghana: Julian Mayfield and the Radical <"Afros" 000 6 Malcolm X in Ghana 000 7 The Coup 000 8 After Ghana: Ways of Seeing, Ways of Being 000 Epilogue: Memory and the Transnational Dimensions of African American Citizenship 000 Notes 000 Selected Bibliography 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
African Americans -- Ghana.
Ghana -- History -- 1957-.
Civil rights movements -- United States -- History -- 20th century.