We should pay attention to a wave of African-Americans, armed with a pan-Africanist worldview and a craving to connect with the motherland, relocating to Africa. Some kind of migration, if you may. Political too, if one considers how feisty some of them are when they debate "Africa", especially within a Eurocentric reality. They seem to have a sense of displacement from an American order and so have earned an escapist drive to connect with their heritage.
One is curious how this new "returnees" will negotiate themselves within their new environment. I'm not sure Pan-Africanism is as strong as what we read about in the 60s, 70s and 80s.
They probably would wonder why the supposed natives aren't as culturally fervent about the continent or how they are gradually becoming Westernized.
But it's all-cool. Welcome home. I like this "immigrant" Ghanaian-American woman.
"I don't hate America; I don't like it."