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The library club: taking African storytelling mainstream

The library club: taking African storytelling mainstream

LERATO MOGOATLHE, BIRD NUMBER 4 Portuphy Street in West Legon, Accra, Ghana may look like an ordinary house in the suburb - until you step inside. Crossing the threshold, the one-storey building morphs into a living, breathing vault of stories alive with the potential to transcend the very boundaries of history, geography, and time. This is the embodiment of one woman's passion and a dream so big, it spans the whole world. Welcome to Syliva Arthur's Library of Africa and the African Diaspora (LOATAD), where even the walls offer a history lesson. Pictures of authors like Kwame Nkrumah, Toni Morrison,…
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