I can't remember if this has been posted before, but, if so, I'm reposting it for a refresher. Here is the story of diasporan African/Black people who have repatriated to Ghana. The stories are heartwarming, and as stated within, also somewhat bittersweet. It helps to get an insider's perspective on what to expect, so that careful and realistic planning can take place. The website for an African American sister and her husband who relocated some 20 years ago is: http://www.oneafricaghana.com/ . She has several relevant publications which can be obtained there at the site. Additionally, here are a few videos which feature her story and those of several others: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQGVbmRmlXM&feature=player_embedded http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jFviE37E2Y&feature=player_embedded . This link contains information about the movement to gain dual citizenship; there is a pdf link there as well: http://www.oneafricaghana.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=41&Itemid=108 . If you are a diasporal Black person who has either considered or made the move, please share your stories----good and bad. If you are a continental Black person, please share your stories and thoughts about repatriation and any personal experiences with returning Black African people from the diaspora. I think communication will help ease tensions and strengthen bonds. Peace... and thanks for sharing.