Ghana: Nonviolent Resistance in the Independence Movement, 1890s-1950s (Chapter 3 from ‘Recovering Nonviolent History’)
Ghanaians have a rich and long history of civil resistance that is
rooted in both a philosophy and strategic practice of nonviolent action.
Relatively unknown to outsiders, this history is also little heralded within
Ghana despite its importance in the independence struggle. That is partly
because Ghanaians won their independence using boycotts, strikes, associations, and intelligent compromise, but they usually do not describe these as methods of nonviolent action[…]
From the book ‘Recovering Nonviolent History: Civil Resistance in Liberation Struggles’, 2013