Writers Project of Ghana presents Chinweizu, professor, historian, author, at a public interaction at 4.30 PM at the Writers Project of Ghana office, Haatso, Accra. The event is on Saturday, 10th February, 2018.
Chinweizu is a historian and anti-Continentalism Pan-Africanist. He is a co-author of Towards the Decolonization of African Literature (1980) and a contributor to Volume 8 of the Unesco General History of Africa (1993). His volume of poetry, Invocations and Admonitions, won the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) poetry prize for 1985. His other books include, The West and the Rest of Us (1975), Decolonising the African Mind (1987), Voices from 20th-Century Africa (1988), Anatomy of Female Power (1990) and Caliphate Colonialism: The Taproot of the Trouble with Nigeria (2015).
He received a 2013 Silverbird Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to African Letters and is currently writing a seven-volume book titled: A Maafa-centric History of Pan-Africanism, 1440-2015.
Join us as for an afternoon with Chinweizu on Saturday, February 10th 2018 for an informative and interactive session.
Date: Saturday, 10th February, 2018.
Time: 4.30 PM - 6.30 PM.
Venue: WPG Office, Haatso, Accra. (Third junction to the right along the Agbogba - Ashongman Road, heading from Agbogba junction towards Ashongman).
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Admittance is Free.