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Kayla Stewart is a freelance journalist and graduate student in New York University's joint international relations and journalism degree program. She traveled to Ghana during the summer of 2019 as an independent journalist.

  •  February 12, 2020 
Eighteen-year-old Millicent lives at an orphanage in Kete Krachi, Ghana
KETE KRACHI, Ghana — To smoke a fish here, you need to first remove its skull. Then you insert a sharp knife into its stomach, slowly cutting a clean line across its belly to avoid flooding your hand with guts. Remove the intestines, bile and blood. Smother the fish in salt and place it above …

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