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Ghana’s “Year of Return” is changing how the history of the slave trade is remembered in Africa.

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A boy carries a bucket as the Elmina Castle is seen in the background in Elmina, Ghana. The castle was once one of the most important stops on the route of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

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