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Your Passport for Travel to Africa

Each year, thousands of Africans in the Diaspora from the Americas to Europe make the decision to trace their ancestral roots by DNA. For some, it’s difficult and emotional while for others, it serves as a final destination from the journey traveled hundreds of years ago by their ancestors. Finally, they are now able to put closure to the question of “who am I” and “where did I come from?”20020


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Roots to Glory Tours Blog 


I Had Never Eaten in Ghana Before. But My Ancestors Had.

The six of us have given our undivided attention to Auntie Mabel, owner of the eponymous Mabel’s Chop Bar in Ho, Ghana. Here the kitchen is an outdoor building, a ...
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Why this Chef looks to the past to plan his future

GO Photo: Gwen Davis Each year, the James Beard Foundation awards numerous Jean-Louis Palladin Professional Work/Study Grants (JLP grant) to working chefs eager to expand their knowledge across the country ...
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“Quand j’ai mis les pieds au Cameroun, j’ai versé des larmes de joie”

Copyright de l’imageADA ANAGHO BROWNImage captionJessica Little et Clevlyn Anderson rencontrent leur famille Bamoun à Foumban au Cameroun pour la première fois. Le président du Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo a déclaré ...
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New Jersey blogger discovers her royal roots

Blogger Tanya Christian discovered she was related to royalty, Nigerian Prince Chinedu Eri, after using Ada Anagho Brown's 'Roots to Glory.' Link to original article ...
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Local woman helps African Americans connect with family tribes

Ada Anagho-Brown, President, Roots to Glory Tours, helps Black Americans travel to Africa to find their genetic tribes. Link to original article ...
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‘The love was in the food’: Culinary historian Michael Twitty leads chefs to Africa

Link to Original Article Culinary historian Michael Twitty is in the business of building bridges. In his 2017 James Beard Award-winning book, “The Cooking Gene,” Twitty connects his identities as ...
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His Excellency Nana Akufo- Addo President of Ghana has declared 2019 the year of return

Ghana has declared 2019 as a Year of Return, inviting the global African family to a birth-right journey home to the country. At a colourful launch event at the National ...
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Michael Twitty writes for Bon Appetit Magazine on the Roots to Glory Culinary Tour of 2018

The six of us have given our undivided attention to Auntie Mabel, owner of the eponymous Mabel’s Chop Bar in Ho, Ghana. Here the kitchen is an outdoor building, a ...
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Nigeria 2017

On November 8, 2017, we traveled to Nigeria! Each of us in some way searching for answers about our ancestors. Among us were descendants of the Yoruba, Igbo and more ...
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