“In Ghana, the pressing issues were economic, questions related to development and how it worked out in a political arena where all the players were black. (As I write “black” again, I need to acknowledge how meaningless the American term is in a West African context where so very much besides race matters—every day and fundamentally.)”

Deborah Gray White, Telling Histories: Black Women Historians in the Ivory Tower
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