Year of Return: Steve Harvey reiterates call on black people in diaspora to ‘Come Home’ as he tours Cape Coast Castle

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Steve Harvey has called on black people in the diaspora to come home, after a visit to the historic Slave Castle in Cape Coast.


Popular global icon, born Broderick Stephen Harvey world known as Steve Harvey an American comedian, television host, producer, radio personality, actor, and author, He’s the hosts of, The Steve Harvey Morning Show, the Steve talk show, Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud, Little Big Shots and its spinoff Little Big Shots: Forever Young, Steve Harvey’s Funderdome, Showtime at the Apollo etc is in Ghana for the second time and this time with his family to pay a visit and to be part of the ‘year of return’ activities.

Ghana declared this year 2019 as a ‘Year of Return’ to mark 400 years since the first documented enslaved Africans arrived in Jamestown Virginia, USA.

Steve Harvey Welcomed to Ghana

Steve Harvey and his family visited Elmina castle where the SLAVES were kept for onward transportation to Europe and America etc.

He posted a video of his visit to the castle on his Instagram page and urged his colleague’s black people in the diaspora to visit their ancestral home and have a first-hand experience in the inhumane treatment their forefathers went through before they were sent out of the shores of Ghana and Africa as a whole.

He wrote:

Visit to the Ghana Slave Castles This was real pain I felt going back to Ghana’s slave castles…I could feel my ancestors on me… Powerful beyond words that I can explain. I encourage as many of you as possible to go HOME for your ancestors. Their strength is in each of us and we must honor their ultimate sacrifice in all that we do. #TheYearofTheReturn 🎥: @madebycourtney

The ‘Year Of Return’ is a year-long anniversary that seeks to unite black people living elsewhere to come home and experience the rich culture of their ancestors and at the same time use the occasion to reunite with families and love ones.

There are so many activities billed for the year as part of the ‘celebration’.. and more known people have announced their visit to Ghana.

Photo Credit: Steve Harvey

Source: Ghreloaded.net

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