‘I’m leaving and I’m just not coming back’:Fed up with racism, Black Americans head overseas – USA Today
Anthony Baggette knew the precise moment he had to get out: He was driving by a convenience store in Cincinnati when a police officer pulled him over. There hadbeen a robbery. He fit the description given by the store’s clerk:a Black man.
Okunini Ọbádélé Kambon knew:He was arrestedin Chicago and accused by police of concealing a loaded gununder a seat in his car. He did have a gun. But it was not loaded. He used it in his roleteaching at an outdoor skillscamp for inner-city kids.Kambonalso had a license. The gun was kept safely in thecar’s trunk.
Baggette lives in Germany, Drayton in Trinidad and Tobago, Kambon in Ghana.
In Ghana, where Kambonis involved in a program that encourages descendants of the African diasporato return to a nationwhere centuries…
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