Bisa Aberwa Museum

African Thoughts Lectures

Frantz Fanon

A Pan-Africanist, Frantz Phanon is one of the most widely read and influential thinkers whose writings include ‘the wretched of the earth’, which supported the decolonization struggles occurring after World War II. He is notable for his passionate analyses of the human impulse towards freedom in the colonial context.

Entrepreneurship Lectures

Esther Ocloo

She was a dynamic Ghanaian entrepreneur who as co-founder, (1979) and head of ‘womens’ world banking’, pioneered the practice of micro lending, providing tiny loans to small home-based businesses, usually those run by women in less-developed countries. She was the first president of the Ghana industries association (GIA). During the Beijing women’s conference, the chairperson, […]

Lectures Pan-Africanism

Kwame Nkrumah

Kwame Nkrumah was the Prime Minister and first President of Ghana. He led the people of Ghana (the gold coast) to independence from British colonial rule in 1957. He was a firm believer and ardent advocate of the ‘African personality’, a concept which he felt was a must after centuries of slavery and colonization. During […]