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Consciousness among Ewé Migrants in North America. Edition No. 1
VDM Publishing House, June 2010, Pages: 60
This project attempts to identify reasons and causes of strong consciousness among Ghanaian and Togolese Ewé migrants in the United States and Canada. To understand the strong sense of Ewé consciousness among those living in the United States and Canada; I will focus on the historical questions of ethnicity, regionalism and politics in Ghana and Togo. Using primary and secondary sources as evidence, I will be examining the conception and implementation of Ewé consciousness in United States and Canada vis-à-vis Ghana and Togo. Furthermore, I will contextualize this experience within the broader literature on contemporary African migration to North America and how migration affects notions of Ewé consciousness.
I was born in Lomé, Togo, but I spent seven years in Cotonou, Benin. I received most of my education in the United States. Currently, I am studying African History and Political Science at St. Lawrence University. I am the oldest of three boys and two girls.