American actor and political activist, Danny Glover has arrived in Ghana!
The renowned actor is in the country as a part of a delegation of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) for ‘Jamestown to Jamestown’.
‘Jamestown to Jamestown’ is part of activities to mark the Year of Return. This year is exactly 400 years since the first black slaves landed in Jamestown, Virginia in the US.
The trip, which Danny Glover is an integral part of, kicked off on August 18 in Washington, D.C. where participants travelled via bus to Jamestown, Virginia, for a prayer vigil and candle-lighting ceremony. They are set to end the journey at Jamestown in Accra.
The team is expected to spend 10 days in Ghana and they will enjoy rich cultural, spiritual and cathartic experiences.
In the video below, Danny Glover talks about how it feels to be in Ghana: