Jocelyn Bioh

Playwright, “School Girls; or The African Mean Girls Play”

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The play “School Girls; or the African Mean Girls Play” is set at a boarding school in Ghana.

'Mean Girls’ in Ghana, and how skin color in Africa determines who’s at the top of the pecking order

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