Join Sankofa Ventures On a Trip to Ghana February 28 – March 9, 2019

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SANKOFA Tour of Ghana 🇬🇭

The Sankofa Tour is more than just a trip or vacation, it is fun in the sun, mixed with history, culture and conversations that will provoke a fresh new light on the world, your community and yourself. Bishop Lance Davis, the executive Director of BOOC and Pastor of New Zion Covenant Church in Dolton, IL, has organized Sankofa Tours of Ghana, West Africa for 15 years. Dometi Pongo, a journalist and media professional in Chicago and New York, also had the vision to Sankofa and has organized trips since 2016. Now, these two have joined together to bring this unique experience to travelers of West Africa on a SANKOFA journey.

About this trip

Ghana, the “Gateway” to West Africa awaits you! The tour begins in Accra where you will visit the W.E.B. DuBois Center for Pan Africanism and Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum. Travel east for Elmina to see the where the struggle of the African American began. Experience the dungeons that were designed to steal hope, but inturn celebrate at the Door of Return. Head north, stop to hear the echoes of the ancestors at Assin Manso (the River of the Last Bath; for those captured by the slave trappers). Visit the villages of the Ashanti region, known for Kente cloth and gold. Round the tour out with a farewell ceremony like no other back in Accra, visit the beaches and return to the USA with a new perspective on life.

Fill out the contact form to receive more information on how to join us February 28th – March 9th 2019.

2 thoughts on “Join Sankofa Ventures On a Trip to Ghana February 28 – March 9, 2019”

  1. I think it is a good idea to visit Ghana. Especially since they just lost one of their great leaders former Secretary General Kofi Annan whom I met in 1980 in California. We were young then and he asked for my hand in marriage. He was divorcing his first wife. It was heart breaking because I had divorced my first husband also 4 years earlier. But God intervened and saw to it that Kofi remarried and assumed his position as Secretary General of the UN, he was a very driven man. We miss him!My oldest has travel all around the world and some of my family member, I will contact them
    about traveling overseas!

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