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Ama Ata Aidoo Centre
First Centre for Creative Writing in West Africa. Under Founding Director: Current Director:
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Lọlá Shónẹ́yìn Mar 23
Happy 80th Birthday to our utterly wonderful Mama ! Thank you for paving the way for us and showing us what we can be. I hope you have a fantastic day, sweetened with all the joy and celebration you deserve.
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Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún Mar 23
Ama Ata Aidoo (Ghanaian author, poet, playwright, and academic) is 80 years old today. Here she is with Noviolet Bulawayo at Freedom Park, Lagos. February, 2014.
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Black Women Radicals Mar 23
Happy Birthday, Ama Ata Aidoo (born 23 March 1940)!🎈 Aidoo is a Ghanaian author, poet, playwright, and academic. Her prolific works include her first novel, “Our Sister Killjoy”, “Changes”, “Someone Talking to Sometime” and more.
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Kinna Likimani Mar 23
Today my mum, , turns 80. Happy birthday Mummy. The boys and I love you loads. I've said often that writer-moms are the best and you are among the best of writer-moms. Wo tsri nkwa! Afenhyiapa!!!
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M.anifest Mar 23
To the incomparable ... Happy 80th Auntie! ♥️🥂👑 Love Always, M.
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Writers Project Gh Mar 23
Happy birthday to Ghanaian writer,author,poet ,playwright educator&founder of the Mbaasem Foundation Ama Ata Aidoo. Share with us ,your fav book,poem line ,quote or memory you have of her ! Ours- we were lucky to have her open the very first Pagya festival in 2017.
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AUCC Students' Representative Council Feb 22
Starting from Monday is the Tertiary Business Sense Challenge... Don't miss it 👇
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Ama Ata Aidoo Centre Feb 4
Replying to @virgo2384
Interesting question. The Ghana Bureau of Languages has some published resources. That would be a good book source... Otherwise, hang out in very Ga areas of Accra and just learn by interaction...
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The AKO Caine Prize for African Writing Jan 14
CALL to Submit! There are only 18 days left to enter your published short stories for The Caine Prize for African Writing 2020. See how to enter on our website.
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e-Ananse Jan 12
Books vs. Movies What's your go-to?? Would you read a book that has a movie made from it or would you rather watch the movie and let the book be??
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GHANA FACTS & HISTORY Jan 14
Kobina SEKYI a Nationalist. He became very popular when he was the first educated elite to appear in a colonial court in the Ghanaian “ntoma” as a lawyer. He vowed never to wear European clothes. He is the writer behind the The Blinkards & The Anglo-Fante
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Nnedi Okorafor, PhD Jan 14
Finally, I can be public about it! We are adapting Binti into a TV series at . I’m co-writing the pilot with (HBO's Watchmen). 🌍🚀
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Commonwealth Writers Jan 3
Excited to see 's ( regional winner 2015) choices here, & other writers we have been proud to work with in the past! , Chair of 1st , in 'Nicosia Beyond Barriers', & anthology , on
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Ashesi University Jan 1
Ashesi’s permanent campus in Berekuso: Beginning of End of the decade the decade
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N. K. Jemisin Dec 27
Too late in their 20s? OMG. I decided to try and get published when I turned 30 -- early midlife crisis, because I thought like this. Didn't get a novel published 'til I was 38. Won my first Hugo at 44. I'm 47, and *I'm just getting started.* I have so many more books to write.
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Africa Film Society Dec 20
Excited to announce this month's edition of will feature The GERMAN KING, 's short film about Rudolf Duala Managua Bell, a Duala king and resistance leader in the German colony of Cameroon. December 28th. Akola Boni Park. 6pm. FREE
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Africa Film Society Dec 17
Excited to announce this month's edition of will feature King Ampaw's 2006 classic NO TIME TO DIE 🇬🇭 + 3 short films. December 28th. Akola Boni Park. 6pm. FREE
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