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  2. Ghanaians celebrate Michaela Coel’s historic Emmy win

    Michaela Coel at Emmy Awards
    Image caption: Michaela Coel's consent drama I May Destroy You got rave reviews

    A British actress of Ghanaian heritage has become the first black woman to win an Emmy for best writing in a limited series.

    Her hit series I May Destroy You follows main character Arabella, as she deals with the trauma of a sexual assault.

    Michaela Coel starred in, wrote and co-directed the drama.

    Ghanaian Twitter users have reacted to her win, with one writing, “Michaela Coel is ever so honest with her work. Way over due, so well deserved.”

    Another said the country was proud of her: “Wow... this is a win for Ghana too... Congratulations @MichaelaCoel ... Ghana is proud of you."

    Her win was also celebrated in the diaspora, with one person in California tweeting,“Ghana STAND UP! Michaela Coel, That’s how you do it! Well deserved, so so proud #Emmys".

    In her acceptance speech, Michaela Coel encouraged other creators to “write the tale that scares you, that makes you feel uncertain, that isn’t comfortable. I dare you”.

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    Video caption: Street dreams of Nairobi dance crew hoping to beat the odds

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