Ghana 2018 pt. II

The Master View, Cape Coast Castle, Cape Coast, Ghana 2018

What would our lives be if we had never encountered the hand of colonization?

In part one, I compared the experiences of my travels to Bedford, UK in 2017 and Ghana in 2018 by their value in social capital. I realized I had been measuring the value of travel by asking which place could afford me a greater opportunity to align myself with my white counterparts. I know, this sounds ridiculous, right? Well, it’s actually more common than we would like to admit.

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