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My friend and I visited the center and had a wonderful experience. We were able to handle a book that was written and used by Mr. Du Bois himself. His resting place is on site, as well as the home he lived in. Patience, our...More
Though the location is close to Osu and the US Embassy, many may not realize it's existence and the contributions to both US and Ghanaian culture WEB DuBois made. This Center is also home to the African-American Association of Ghana. Well worth a visit and...More
As a person who visits museums often I felt that the mausoleum was really nice. The Dubois house is preserved well however I think more information, pictures, furnishings and just general information was needed, The guide was informative and is needed otherwise the house/museum would...More
I recently visited and was given a tour by Patience and she did an excellent job because of her genuine passion and dedication to the ideas of Dr. Dubois! I was really moved by the entire tour and I gained a new level of respect...More
The museum was a little small, but the contents was an outstanding tribute to one of the 20th Century's outstanding intellectuals. The staff were well informed and hospitable. Du Bois' legacy is immense and the Ghanaians have done an excellent job in preserving the memory...More
I really enjoyed my time at the Dubois Memorial Centre. A lot of the information I knew as a result of growing up in America and attending an HBCU. It was awesome to see first hand all of the things I learned in school. For...More
The W. E. B. DuBois Center is a Pan African Culture studies centre dedicated in June,1985 and situated on the Number 1, Circular Road around the serene precincts of the American Embassy and the Ghana International school at Cantonments in Accra.
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The W.E.B. Dubois Center is a must see when in Accra. The Home he lived in is now open to the public as a museum and includes many of his original works and personal library and belingings. The space where his tomb is located in...More