Famous American author and Civil Rights activist William Edward Burghardt Du Bois moved to Ghana in the 1960s to manage the creation of a new encyclopedia of the African diaspora, the Encyclopedia Africana. The Memorial Centre comprises the house where he and his wife once lived, the tomb where they lay buried, the and the Marcus Garvey guest house. The house preserves his personal library and has a seminar room. The complex has a research centre for Pan-African history and culture as well as a restaurant, gallery, and amphitheatre.
First Circular Rd, Accra, Ghana
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