African Style Goes Global, Despite Little Tangible Support From African Leaders

By FRANKIE EDOZIEN May 26, 2012, 9:25 pm ACCRA, Ghana — Every day on the downtown streets of Accra, debonair men and fashionable women can be seen proudly attired in Western-style skirts, shirts and slacks, all made from African prints by local tailors. In recent years, local designers created ready-to-wear outfits with these prints. But… Continue reading African Style Goes Global, Despite Little Tangible Support From African Leaders

Ghana’s Growing Gay Pride Faces Now-Familiar Evangelical Backlash

COLORLINES August 30 2011 By Frankie Edozien On particular midweek nights, throngs of men and women gather at a few particular clubs to dance the night away to pulsating beats, and sometimes live music. The men dance provocatively close to each other, with reckless abandon. The few women around do the same with each other.… Continue reading Ghana’s Growing Gay Pride Faces Now-Familiar Evangelical Backlash