I really enjoyed my time at the Dubois Memorial Centre. A lot of the information I knew as a result of growing up in America and attending an HBCU. It was awesome to see first hand all of the things I learned in school. For...More
About W.E.B. Dubois Center
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The W. E. B. DuBois Center is a Pan African Culture studies centre dedicated in June,1985 and situated on the Number 1, Circular Road around the serene precincts of the American Embassy and the Ghana International school at Cantonments in Accra. It is best to...More
The W.E.B. Dubois Center is a must see when in Accra. The Home he lived in is now open to the public as a museum and includes many of his original works and personal library and belingings. The space where his tomb is located in...More
Learned more about W.E. Dubois from tour than I did in US history books. Tour guide was knowledgeable and provided a great overview. Being in Dubois library and seeing the actual books that he lift page markers in was fascinating
This small museum is in Dubois’ former home. It houses photos, documents and furnishings from the life of this African-American internationalist. The real value is in the guide’s commentary, which was fascinating.
This site is good for those who want to learn more about Pan Africanism and its impact on the continent of Africa and Ghana for that matter through the life of Dr. Dubois.
Excellent exhibit. We had a great tour guide. And there was a really good restaurant behind the center.
This center or house is packed with so much real history. It felt like I was reading a book. Going through the rooms was like turning the pages of the book. My guide definitely knew her history. The Center is well-kept and inspiring.
The history of WEB DuBois is an important one. The museum is quite small though so it is not a must-see, but if you are interested in the subject then you may want to stop by.