Victor A. Kwansa, Esq. is a Ghanaian-American writer and attorney from Prince George’s County, Maryland. He received a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University in 2008, and he graduated from Harvard Law School in 2011. He was a 2021 Blackhouse Foundation Facebook SEEN Black Filmmakers Program Participant, and he was also a finalist for Lena Waithe's 2021 Hillman Grad Mentorship Lab Writing Track. In addition, Victor was a semifinalist for the 2022 Mentorship Matters Program, and he made the Top 50 of Roadmap Writers' 2021 JumpStart Writing Competition (Pilots). Victor's poetry and essays have been featured in Essence magazine, The Huffington Post, and Blavity.
Still recovering from a severe loss, a Ghanaian-American girl with identity issues joins a program for Black and Jewish teens, deals with her first love, and tries to find her place within the Black Lives Matter movement.
After a young Black woman is attacked by a police officer in Baltimore and sent to prison, a visitor from the future gives her a power that could radically rewrite the present.
CHRISTMAS IN THE CAPITAL
When a Ghanaian-American NFL star falls in love with an African-American tech mogul, all hell breaks loose as they prepare for their traditional Ghanaian engagement ceremony on Christmas Eve.
LOVE IN FORMATION
When an embarrassed former Olympian returns home, she tries to capitalize on her infamy by joining a viral women's football league team, but she struggles to bond with her estranged sisters and open her heart to finding love again.
NOT YOUR BLOOD
At a crossroads in her life, an ambitious Black attorney general must confront the demons that have literally haunted her family since slavery.
An upwardly mobile African-American family that is frustrated with racism tries to start a new life in the West African nation of Ghana and develop an app-based tour-guide company that can connect all Black people to their roots.
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