Ghana looks to capitalize on tourism with "Year of Return"

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Published on 17 Jan 2020, 17:19
Ghana has attracted visitors from all over the world with its "Year of Return" campaign. 2019 marked 400 years since the first documented slave ship landed in Virginia, and Ghana encouraged African Americans and others to "come home" to the country many of those ships departed from. Chiké Frankie Edozien, journalist and director of Accra-NYU, joins CBSN to explain the significance and impact.

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