Destination Ghana: A Son's First Trip Home
John Asante
Friday, February 17, 2012 at 12:00 PM
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Tell Me More is looking at memoirs for Black History Month, and today's writers seem to have a fresh zeal for exploring family histories. NPR producer John Asante describes his journey to Ghana — his parents' native land and the burial site of his father. He shares what the trip taught him about his family and himself.



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