Jun
07

MAYA ANGELOU by CAMERON DUODU (PART 2)

MAYA ANGELOU (2) By CAMERON DUODU   In May 1964, my novelist friend, Julian Mayfield, told me that Malcolm X had come to Ghana! He, Maya Angelou and a few other African-Americans, including a soft-spoken but very serious and hard-working lady called Alice Windome, had formed an organising committee for the visit and were taking… Continue reading »

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Mar
06

GHANA@55

GHANA @55 by CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 6 March 2012 YOU mean 55 years have passed since we stood in the streets of Accra, watching the decorative “floats” drive by – one depicting the life of a cocoa farmer; another showing well-built men casting nets; a third carrying our beautiful, newly-crowned beauty queen –… Continue reading »

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Oct
20

PAINTING PORTRAYS MANDELA IN ‘THE LAST SUPPER’

Figures at the table with Mandela include Kwame Nkrumah, Martin Luther King, Emperor Haile Selassie and Rose Parks, as well as Steve Biko and Rober Sobukwe. Judas is anonymous — painted in as a white blob! http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/article612624.ece/The-ultimate-portrayal

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