Culture is at defines people and their identity. it relates to the language, verbal and non-verbal communication, expressions, food, clothing, dressing, rites of passage and experiences that bind people together. Unlike tradition which is often at threat from modernity, culture can be dynamic. it evolves, it influences neighbours but is also borrowed in a diverse community shaped by what is relevant within the environment and sometimes what is popular. whilst it people can be conditioned to accept the way in which things are done in a diverse community the flexibility of culture helps to create a mode for people, more acceptable and easier to negotiate by all. so new ways of doing things emerge and are recognised to be part of a new culture that most aspire to practice, But there are instances where it can be subject to misappropriation when a group takes and aspect of one culture tp promote as something that they have recently discovered or owned.
Fortunately, the new breed of diaspora Ghanaian now has a craving for our culture, the pride is being gradually restored. As they become more educated they become more culturally enlightened; they are becoming more adaptable even when they are in mixed marriages and they have become more confident to accept that they can meet the modern challenges of the 21st century without having to sacrifice their culture or what little their parents transferred to them. Some are leading a cultural revolution back in their countries of origin where they travel to find out more even to the point of enlightening those who are less confident now that we have the onslaught of the new religion.