The Amos C. Brown Student Fellowship to Ghana is the first program of its kind to be powered by the NAACP, in collaboration with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
The fully-funded 10-day excursion, from July 31- August 10, will take a selected number of multicultural college students, young adults, and seminarians between the ages of 18 and 25 from the United States to Ghana for an experiential learning opportunity, at no cost to the students.
While there, they will be immersed in Ghanaian culture, learn about the Atlantic Slave Trade, and receive deep insights into their ancestral lineage. At the end of this journey, participants will be able to work together to be agents of change across the United States.
We have decided to open this trip up for other individuals who would like to attend.
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Our Experience Allocation
Ancestral Healing & Alignment – 35%
Fun & Adventure – 30%
Cultural Immersion – 25%
Community Service -10%
Day-1 – Akwaaba! Welcome to Ghana!
We use this day to get settled, and set our intentions for the next 7 or 10 days.
• Airport Welcome and Pick Up
• Hotel Check-in
• Lunch & Orientation @ Hotel
• Free time until Dinner
• Welcome Dinner & Opening Session
-Meet and greet, Introductions, Ground rules, Protocol & Itinerary overview
-History of Ghana and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade presentation